Ubuntu Postfix relayhost configuring

7 05 2007

This is primarily so I can remember how to do this. I have yawl set up as a postfix host here at Chez Geek, but my smart mailhost is actually off in colocation land.

So with my problems with Thunderbird still unresolved, it was time to try setting yawl up as a smarter mail client.

First things first, make sure postfix is installed. With Ubuntu, it comes installed by default, but not enabled.

Second, set up an /etc/postfix/main.cf file, and put in there:


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9 05 2007
Duncan

Mad idea. In the postfix configuration, set
debug_peer_list = 127.0.0.1
and reload postfix. Then have Tbird submit mail to the local postfix, and see if anything obvious stands out (like reverse DNS checks).

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