Alvaro Herrera wrote:
> Andrew Sullivan wrote:
> > On Wed, Nov 28, 2007 at 04:55:00PM +0100, Magnus Hagander wrote:
> > > Oh, I wish it could be ;-) But read back int he archives for the screaming
> > > protests from others :-)
> > So we've just given up on following BCPs now?
> > ftp://ftp.rfc-editor.org/in-notes/rfc5068.txt
> Hmm. Suppose I'm using the mutt MUA, and I have a Postfix instance
> running in my local machine. So mutt does submission to Postfix
> locally, and Postfix delivers to the MTA that my company has set up for
> What port should my local Postfix use to deliver to my company's email
Depends on the settings at the company mailserver, 25 is the most common
choice if SSL is not used.
> With Magnus proposal to ban email from @postgresql.org addresses that
> wasn't delivered through mail.postgresql.org, I would not be allowed to
> use my local Postfix server. Instead I would have to configure mutt to
> deliver through mail.postgresql.org whenever I'm using my
> identity. This would be a pain whenever the
> network was down, for example.
> Am I misunderstanding something?
Well, I think you would have to setup your postfix to deliver emails
from @postgresql.org via mail.postgresql.org instead of your current
SMTP server. Of course you would have to set SMTP authentication from
your local postfix to mail.postgresql.org if it is required by the
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