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> Postfix 2.1.1-3.rh8, relay_recipients configuration.
riddick10123
post Oct 29 2004, 11:18 AM
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Hi there,

at the moment I am using Postfix-2.1.1-3.rh8 and I have it set up as an MX backup server. I have about 40 domains specified in the /etc/postfix/relay_recipients file e.g @domain.com. The problem is that these domains have subdomains such as @staff.domain.com and the server is refusing to accept these mails (correctly) as the domain @staff.domain.com is not specified in the relay_recipients file. How do I get the MX backup server to accept all mail to a particular domain and it's subdomains without having to input all the subdomains manually for each 1st level domain which would take forever? I have tried @*.domain.com and this does not work. I am fairly new to Postfix so if someone could please help. Thanks.
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post Oct 29 2004, 09:10 PM
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In reading the documentation, it might not be able to be done ...

try this:

@.domain.com


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