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awarded  Notable Question
Dec
7
comment Debian : Postfix unknown mail transport error
Why do you have two email addresses listed in mydestination? mydestination takes only domains
Dec
7
revised Debian : Postfix unknown mail transport error
minor typo
Nov
18
answered Can a snmpd.conf access control entry contain multiple networks?
Nov
18
comment sendEmail dh key too small
I think you should try and edit sendEmail using recommendations from this thread
Nov
12
comment Accept all mail for a domain (from everywhere), forward mail for selected recipients to specific addresses, relay all else to a specific host
Like I said, I am a bit rusty. I made a minor change in the rules. I had forgotten the < > on the right hand side. If this does not work, I'll fire up a VM to test myself.
Nov
12
revised Accept all mail for a domain (from everywhere), forward mail for selected recipients to specific addresses, relay all else to a specific host
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Nov
12
comment Accept all mail for a domain (from everywhere), forward mail for selected recipients to specific addresses, relay all else to a specific host
Also add example.com in local-host-names, not relay-domains
Nov
12
comment Accept all mail for a domain (from everywhere), forward mail for selected recipients to specific addresses, relay all else to a specific host
Hm, I see what you mean. Since example.com is a local domain, user1 must be a user of the system (or an alias). Please add MODIFY_MAILER_FLAGS(LOCAL', -w')dnl in your sendmail.mc and see what happens (The quotes and backticks are a bit messed up here in the comment, but you know how to write this). If it works I will update the answer
Nov
12
comment Accept all mail for a domain (from everywhere), forward mail for selected recipients to specific addresses, relay all else to a specific host
Is the recipient SMTP server (1.2.3.4) configured to accept email for those addresses?
Nov
12
answered Debian: How to run a script on startup without having to write 30 lines of shell script?
Nov
12
revised Accept all mail for a domain (from everywhere), forward mail for selected recipients to specific addresses, relay all else to a specific host
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Nov
12
revised Accept all mail for a domain (from everywhere), forward mail for selected recipients to specific addresses, relay all else to a specific host
added 4 characters in body
Nov
12
revised Accept all mail for a domain (from everywhere), forward mail for selected recipients to specific addresses, relay all else to a specific host
fix third rule
Nov
12
answered Accept all mail for a domain (from everywhere), forward mail for selected recipients to specific addresses, relay all else to a specific host
Nov
11
accepted logstash-forward equivalent for fluentd?
Nov
11
comment logstash-forward equivalent for fluentd?
Thanks. I will try to see whether this can be achieved with rsyslogd inputs.
Nov
10
comment logstash-forward equivalent for fluentd?
I added some more in the description of the problem.
Nov
10
revised logstash-forward equivalent for fluentd?
some clarifications
Nov
10
comment How can I trace the cause of php-fpm terminating?
Nope. It just monitors the pid file and checks whether the process number that is describes is running or not.