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December 8, 2009 1:03 PM Subscribe
Postfix Setup: I have an internal postfix server that is relaying mail for our test environment. I never want this server to send email to the world at large. I want the email to end up in a single mailbox.
posted by cmm to computers & internet (10 answers total)
I'm not a sysadmin, but I play one on TV.
I have a test environment that relays email off postfix. Some of the addresses are good internal addresses that I want to relay. But some of them are production customer addresses that I never in a million years want to send email to.
I was thinking there must be some postfix juju I can use to make it so that internal addresses are delivered normally (*@mydomain.net), but anything else is deemed external and will just be filtered to one local mailbox. Then I could setup a web mail program to access this mailbox so people can validate test results.
Can anyone help with the necessary postfix magic? I have full access to all configuration on the server.
For webmail, what should I use? squirrelmail? horde?
Thanks, hive mind.