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Old 10th March 2008, 09:08
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Hi,

I'm french, sorry for my bad english.

I setup 2 potsfix server :
- the first (server1) is a full serveur : postfix/amavis/mysql/postgrey, etc...
- the second (server2) backup mx without postgrey, amavis, etc...
With your very good tutorials !

In DNS 2 MX : with 10 and 30

Two works perfectly !

On normal opration server1 AND server2 receipt email.
server2 forward to server1

In the case where the mail transit through the server2 -> server1, the postgrey list of server1 is always effective ?
Or is the server2 waiting for x minutes and forward again ?

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You can put server2 in the postgrey whitelist. See http://www.debuntu.org/postfix-and-p...m-filtering-p2
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Old 13th March 2008, 08:24
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Thanks,

But I think that it's not the problem.

The problem is that the bakcup MX relay become the sender to the server1. And Postgrey is bypassing.

So, i will install postgrey on the server2. It's not a beautiful solution but it works.

Any other ideas ?
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