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Old 3rd July 2006, 13:33
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Default Postfix IPV4 0r IPV6?

I have postfix running with tls enabled now I want to disable IPV6 if I do this then these warning messages appear.

postfix/sendmail[5824]: warning: inet_protocols: IPv6 support is
disabled: Address family not supported by protocol
postfix/postdrop[5827]: warning: inet_protocols: IPv6 support is
disabled: Address family not supported by protocol
postfix/cleanup[5830]: warning: inet_protocols: IPv6 support is
disabled: Address family not supported by protocol
postfix/anvil[5483]: warning: inet_protocols: IPv6 support is disabled:
Address family not supported by protocol


In the main.cf flie it reads:

inet_interfaces = all

If I change this to

inet_interfaces = IPV4

will this solve the above warning? and is it ok to use IPV4?



finally where do i enable relaying in postfix? (ie:mail client relaying via smtp from a diffrent machine-win server)
there are only two machines altogether on the network).

mynetworks=127.0.0.1/8 (at the moment) the ip address of win machine is 192.168.1.10 so how to change
my networks to enable relaying?


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Last edited by hotchilli; 3rd July 2006 at 22:41.
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