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Old 4th February 2010, 22:08
phamels phamels is offline
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My first thought:

Derived from your postfix main.cf, your server is bound to: localhost which pretty much locks it out from the rest of the world.
That's why, when you telnet from localhost to localhost, you see your mail being forwarded to "mail.pixcel.co.za" for further handling, which is the same machine, but it's approaching it from the outside world ip 69.164.193.4.

Now that's a big no go because of the following line in your main.cf:

inet_interfaces = localhost


Change that to:
inet_interfaces = localhost 69.164.193.4

Restart postfix, and your server should now be ready to be conquered by the wonderfull world of spam :-)
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