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Old 6th September 2010, 10:52
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Default config postfix to use different relay when reach different domain.

Can I config the ispconfig to use different relayhost when send email to different domain?

e.g.: all email send from user@abc.com

to: user@suho.com -> will use local trans to send.
to: xyz@123.com -> relay to mail.isp1.com to send.
to: qwe@otherltd.com -> relay to mail.isp2.net to send.

if no match, will use default setting to send.

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Old 6th September 2010, 10:58
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It should be possible to do that with postfix transports. You can set transports trogh the ispconfig interface.
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