>> The problem is letting non smtp auth connections send to local
>Ah - so the SASL thing was a red herring; as long as the domain of
>the local account is either in local_domains or in one of your
>virtual user maps, you should be okay.
Well not a total red herring, I could recieve mail until i configured smtp
both the mailboxs and the domains are in the relevant files
virtual_mailbox_domains = /etc/postfix/vhosts.txt
virtual_mailbox_maps = hash:/etc/postfix/vmaps.txt
and the box has started rejecting mail for them. It worked perfectly
until smtp-auth was turned on.
Im completely puzzled by it, I cant figure out why its not working. If I use
to connect and send its gets delivered, so it knows the users and mailboxes
it just refuses to let not smtp-auth mails through.
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