i know there are a few threads about this already but they don't seem to fix my problem.
I've got a Ubuntu Server running Plesk11 with POSTFIX Server as email engine.
My primary domain - lets call it mydomain.com is hosted at united-domains and is pointing with A & MX Records to my Plesk server.
In my plesk server i am hosting the mydomain.com to run the webpage but the e-mail service is seperate in my network using Microsoft Exchange server.
So now when i try to send E-Mails to firstname.lastname@example.org the server instantly replies with
mail for mydomain.com loops back to myself
also the system e-mails like email@example.com coming from plesk itself aren't delivered properly anymore.
The whole thing started to escalate as i set a PTR record on our static ip pointing back to the plesk server.
What i want is, when i am sending an e-mail from a domain hosted on plesk to mydomain.com (website also hosted, but e-mail service deactivated) for the server to go out to the internet, check the MX records properly and send them to the exchange server (not locally) but i just keep getting that annoying error
Hope for you guys advice - is there any chance i can force Postfix to "ignore domain here, look for records at the internet" - even my DNS Entries in plesk itself point to a different ip.