1 (edited by ubutux 2010-04-19 10:36:09)

Topic: setting up a backup mx

i have setup an iredmail virt server running on centos for testing .i would like to use the server as a backup mail server as well .I can not find in the install or admin guides information relating to this.thanks

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Re: setting up a backup mx

Which backend do you use? MySQL or OpenLDAP?
If MySQL, mark 'backupmx=1' in vmail.domains table.
If OpenLDAP, mark 'domainBackupMx=yes' in domain object.

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Re: setting up a backup mx

i am using openldap ,i will find and alter this setting .thank you

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Re: setting up a backup mx

hello i am having trouble finding this setting ,can you advise where the setting needs to be changed.Thank you

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Re: setting up a backup mx

i have found and added the setting .thank you

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Hello all,
i'm new to iRedMail, i need to set up iredmail as a mx backup for another mail server .. i've tried to check "Mail server is backup MX" but when i try to send an email to an account i get back a Delivery Status Notificatio (Failure)  that says that the account does not exist: 550 5.1.1 recipient address rejected: user unknown in relay recipients table (state 14).

How should i configure iredmail to act as mx backup correctly ? thank you so much

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Re: setting up a backup mx

Try to comment this line in postfix main.cf, and restart postfix:

relay_recipient_maps =

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The line is already commented out:

#relay_recipient_maps = hash:/etc/postfix/relay_recipients

Thank you so much for help

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no ideas ? sad

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Could you please post output of command "postconf -n"?