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Re: [opensuse] Is it possible to send email with postfix without DNS?
[01.09.2013 01:29] [Jeffrey L. Taylor]:
Quoting Anton Aylward <opensuse@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>:
Jeffrey L. Taylor said the following on 08/31/2013 02:35 PM:
Probably not. Postfix doesn't like cer@192.168.1.101, an IP address instead
of a domain name. Maybe someone else can come up with a hack around the
restriction.

Please read the manuals & documentation.
Postfix uses a number of auxiliary files as to what transports to
use for what addresses and domains.
An address isn't a problem so long as you tell Postfix that.

Start with 'Canonical' so you understand the formats, then
'Transport', which is probably the simplest way to address the
above.

Guessing...

@192.168.1.101 smtp:[192.168.2.101]:587


Or maybe "25" instead of "587" :-)
It all depends on the configuration :-)


Really, as a recipient address? Every place I find an example recipient
address given in the Postfix.org documentation, it is given as 'user@domain'.
Please give a URL for documentation showing a recipient address (not in a
configuration file) with an IP address.

I never found postix accepting user@xxxxxxxxxxxxx. Instead, one can use
something like user@xxxxxxxxx and define a transport like
@dont.know smtp:[192.168.2.101]

Regards,
Werner
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