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Great! Is that final & all-in-one & all-that-you-need solutions for saslauthd problems described all over this forums?
Try it. It worked for me.
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Old 11th May 2006, 13:20
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Why I have this in /etc/postfix/local-host-names
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# ISPConfig local-host-names Configuration File
# Version 1.0
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localhost
server200.web-hosting.co.yu.localdomain
localhost.server200.web-hosting.co.yu.localdomain
localhost.web-hosting.co.yu.localdomain
www.web-hosting.co.yu
www.cvecara-neven.com
web-hosting.co.yu
cvecara-neven.com
#### MAKE MANUAL ENTRIES BELOW THIS LINE! ####
After clean install on Debian, postfix, courier, mysql4.1

File /etc/postfix/main.cf was diffrent than declared in "perfect setup"
(http://www.falkotimme.com/howtos/per..._debian_sarge/) so I edited it accordingly to example in perfect setup.

Question is: are those names marked in bold sufficient?

can you please post how should correct /etc/postfix/local-host-names look alike?
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Why I have this in /etc/postfix/local-host-names


After clean install on Debian, postfix, courier, mysql4.1

File /etc/postfix/main.cf was diffrent than declared in "perfect setup"
(http://www.falkotimme.com/howtos/per..._debian_sarge/) so I edited it accordingly to example in perfect setup.

Question is: are those names marked in bold sufficient?

can you please post how should correct /etc/postfix/local-host-names look alike?
Did you install ISPConfig on this box? If not, then there shouldn't be a /etc/postfix/local-host-names.

BTW: please use http://www.howtoforge.com/perfect_setup_debian_sarge instead of the tutorial on my personal web site, it's up to date whereas I don't have the time to maintain my personal web site...
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Old 11th May 2006, 18:42
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Yes, I did.

Anyway, I deleted items marked with bold:

server200.web-hosting.co.yu.localdomain
localhost.server200.web-hosting.co.yu.localdomain
localhost.web-hosting.co.yu.localdomain

It seems that pop3/smtp works now, but I am wondering why those sufficient "localdomain" were added?
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ISPConfig tries to add any possible combination derived from the hostname command to /etc/postfix/local-host-names to avoid that you get this "mail for ... loops back to myself" error.
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ISPConfig tries to add any possible combination derived from the hostname command to /etc/postfix/local-host-names to avoid that you get this "mail for ... loops back to myself" error.
In this case, when I deleted sufficient postfixes "localdomain" there was no "loops back to myself"

well... nobody is perfect
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QUESTION:

Even I deleted suficient "localdomain" postfixes, and even that survive reboot, after a while few hours, 12 hosurs, I don't know exactly how long, it seems that sufficient "localdomain" sufixes are added again?

How that happens? How to prevent that?
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I guess you made a change in ISPConfig so that ISPConfig writes the configuration files again (and therefore overwrites your changes). If this localhost doesn't hurt, leave it there.
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Unfortunatelly, it hurts

Those sufficient "localdomain" postfixes, are one of the causes of postfix " loops back to myself" error
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Those sufficient "localdomain" postfixes, are one of the causes of postfix " loops back to myself" error
You don't get this error if you list too many FQDNs, only if you list too few.
What's the exact Postfix error?
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