I'm running PostFix on my server in null-client configuration
. So postfix is used to send email only. I receive email via external email provider (Yandex mail for domains). I set my domains MX records to point to provider ones.
The problem is that my machine has several domains running on it (with php in fast-cgi configuration). And when PostFix sends email in SMTP session it says something like:
C: HELO hostname.com
S: 250 Hello hostname.com, I am glad to meet you
C: MAIL FROM:<firstname.lastname@example.org>
is the name of the system user, that invoked sendmail, and hostname
is the hostname of the server.
Body of email message contains a valid email address in headers.
The problem is that many email servers reject emails on MAIL FROM command with invalid email address specified.
How do I correctly set PostFix mapping so that each Linux user had a corresponding email address to be used in SMTP communication?
I've tried to setup mapping in the /etc/aliases file and putting them to alias_map
directive of main.cf, but somehow it doesn't work.