Mail Routing and SMTP Relay for authenticated users

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by nighty, Aug 14, 2014.

  1. nighty

    nighty New Member

    Hello,

    i am using ispconfig for a few days. for the first ... its very n1ce software!

    my Problem:

    i have some domains which the ispconfig server has the MX-Records for.

    some of this Domains need to be forwardet to "Home-Mailservers" which are using DynDNS.

    this works fine.

    My Problem ist the outgoing way.

    The DynDNS Mailservers have to use a server as Smarthost for sending - i could not find a way to solve this with ispconfig.

    is there any way to solve this?

    i know it is possible to do with a normal postfix configuration that authenticated user can send mails through the server.

    if i add an account which can send mails, my routing doesnt work anymore.

    kind regards

    nighty
     
  2. sjau

    sjau Local Meanie Moderator

  3. nighty

    nighty New Member

    Hey...

    thanks for your reply.

    i need a way in ispconfig that i can crate a relay user on the same domain that will be routed to another mailserver.

    for example.

    domain1.tld (customers domain)
    domain2.tld (ispconfig owners domain)

    ispconfig server:
    domain1.tld -> routed via SMTP to mail.homeserver.tld

    i want to crate a user that can send via SMTP - relay@domain1.tld.

    this seems to be not possible.

    i have to use another domain which has no SMTP Routing applied.
    realy@domain2.tld -> set it to settings in mail.homeserver.tld relay settings.

    i can send From user1@domain1.tld with this user, but its not great for customers to add relay@domain2.tld (which is different from customers domain) to their settings. i want to get SMTP Routing for complete Domain, but have on the same domain a relay user to use from external server.

    i hope you understand what i mean.

    kind regards

    nighty
     

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