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Old 22nd January 2013, 08:35
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Currently I have problems with Yahoo as it defers all email. This goes back more than a week ago when one of the accounts got abused for spaming. Ever since, Yahoo has blacklisted my IP and all email sent to yahoo is being deferred.

So I though I could setup a email routing that all email to Yahoo goes through another server. It seems ISPC does have email transport available but I don't quite understand it.

Traditionally I'd make an entry in the postfix main.cf to use a transport map.
In the transport map I'd enter something like: yahoo.com :[myother.server.com]
And finally I'd use smtp_sasl_password_maps to create an entry for myother.server.com with username and password.

However in the ISPC I don't see any kind of username password entry.
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The transport map is what you find in ispconfig mail module under transports, so you can create the transport there.

The smtp_sasl_password_maps has to be configured on the shell. ISPConfig hs this option for a global relay server under System > server config but not for a single transport.
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Old 23rd January 2013, 10:52
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Meanwhile I just added manually a transport route entry in the main.cf before the ISPC transport_map. I'll have to check if I can get it to work in ISPC Thanks for the reply.
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