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Now it works, thank you. I see the mails being sent via different IP addresses. I will clean up my question text soon.
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Should I add transport_maps = hash:/etc/postfix/transport to main.cf?
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Thank you, I have updated my question. Maybe the difference between your VM and my server is that I use Spamassassin to filter the mail messages.
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Thanks (+1) for your answer, but how could I test your setup? I have modified master.cf and transport (generated transport.db too) as you suggested, but still see the old IP address mentioned in the delivered mail headers. How can I verify that smtp-1 is being used?
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comment Sending cron output as a text file attachment
+1 thanks. I've noticed that too, but I have a STDOUT from grep here and not a file. Should I redirect it to a temp file or is there maybe some nice trick (like using - as a pseudo filename)?
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