This would work I've realised but I wanted I realised later, priority on
one of the routes.... which this doesn't do ... MX is the way to do it I
think but that didn't seem to work....
On Fri, 27 Jul 2001, Wesley Darlington wrote:
>> On Wed, Jul 25, 2001 at 04:51:21PM +0100, Dave Airlie wrote:
> > I don't even know how to this with postfix/sendmail but how do I with
> > qmail do...
> > I have two routes to the real world, for mail, both routes do the exact
> > same processing so there is no difference, how to I get qmail to use
> > either of the remote servers for all my mail... smarthosting via MX I
> > suppose it would be... instead of me specifing one smarthost for my
> > domain, I specify a smartdomain and it takes whichever MX is up at the
> > time..
> > smtproutes doesn't seem to go far enough or maybe the docs don't..
>> Can you set up an A record in your dns to return both of your
> `smarthosts'? And put that as the default route into smtproutes?
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