On Mon, 12 Mar 2012, Larry Stone wrote:
> I haven't seen any followups with the request postconf -n output but:
Um, nobody asked for it; Wietse only said it was preferred over sharing
the values individually. -smile- However, I'll take your statement as an
implicit request - it's below.
> It's not clear if you're trying to do this on port 25 or port 587
I'd be keen to know how I can, if I should, offload port 25; as I
indicated I'm using port 25 because I didn't stumble over any other course
of action. Please feel free to point me at what I _should_ be doing!
> In any event, you have included permit_sasl_authenticated in
> your smtpd_recipient_restrictions, right?
Yes, as described in my first post here.
> Note that
> permit_sasl_authenticated must be ahead of reject_unauth_destination.
In smtpd_sender_restrictions, permit_sasl_authenticated immediately
follows permit_mynetworks. In smtpd_recipient_restrictions, it's
considerably further from being first! (as can be seen below) I'll move it
to follow permit_mynetworks and see how it goes! THANKS for the