Things are looking good and I’m getting local mail delivery now. I had to additionally
uncomment this line from /etc/postfix/master.cf
local unix - n n - - local
Thank you for the help.
On Feb 8, 2016, at 6:27 PM, Martijn Brinkers
On 07-02-16 01:07, Jeremy Hansen wrote:
Let me reword what I'm trying to accomplish.
We have corporate addresses that relay off our internal mail server
straight to Google. We wanted encryption on anything that was
outgoing. This is working beautifully, although I haven't quite
figured out how to get signatures working yet. Encryption is working
I have some accounts on the local mail server that use an internal
domain name and I would like mail addressed to those internal users
to be delivered to the local mail server, i.e., I don't want these
mails to relay. They should end up in the local mbox.
So things addressed to user(a)mx.local should stay local, things
addressed to user(a)corporate.com should go outbound to Google.
Outbound is working great. Local is not.
How do I achieve this configuration with the ciphermail interface.
I'd like to avoid custom configs if possible so they don't get wiped
out if someone happens to use the MTA configuration on the Ciphermail
You need to tell Postfix which domains are local domains (i.e., which
are handled by the local_transport mail delivery transport). You do this
by adding the domains to the mydestination setting
). You can edit the
"raw" Postfix config directly via the GUI interface. Any changes you
make in the Postfix config will be kept and not overwritten when using
the "normal" MTA config page.
If you prefer a web GUI edit box for mydestination, it is possible to
configure CipherMail to allow editing mydestination from the MTA
settings gui page by setting a Java system property. You need to set the
following Java system property in the Tomcat config files:
So add the following line somewhere in the Tomcat startup properties:
Then restart Tomcat
It should also be noted that the default Postfix main config that comes
with CipherMail disabled local delivery. You should therefore remove the
following line from main.cf:
local_transport = error:local mail delivery is disabled
Thank you very much for your help.
And by the way, I tried many encryption gateways, which was the
primary goal and Ciphermail was the only thing that didn't destroy
html mail. So kudos for that.
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