[RndTbl] Mail server config on Ubuntu (Postfix?)

Adam Thompson athompso at athompso.net
Thu Jun 28 13:55:53 CDT 2018

AFAIK, you want "dpkg-reconfigure --priority low postfix" and select a
more appropriate configuration. 

I don't have an Ubuntu system to test this with currently, sorry, so I'm
going from memory. 


On 2018-06-28 11:46, Kevin McGregor wrote:

> I'm trying to configure Postfix on Ubuntu 18.04LTS. It's working, in the basic sense, but not doing everything I want. I've read some of the config help and examples, but I'm still not clear on what to do. 
> For each Ubuntu server I manage, I'd like these to work: 
> user1 at ubuntu:~$ mail -s "Test" user2 <message-body 
> user1 at ubuntu:~$ mail -s "Test" user2 at ubuntu <message-body 
> user1 at ubuntu:~$ mail -s "Test" user2 at ubuntu.mydomainname <message-body 
> user1 at ubuntu:~$ mail -s "Test" user3 at myotherdomainname <message-body 
> I hope that's clear. Or 
> mail -s "Test" jdoe 
> mail -s "Test" jdoe at server678 
> mail -s "Test" jdoe at server678.domain1.org 
> ...which would all deliver email locally to this server (server678) and the last one would be for mail which is destined for any other user NOT on this server but in domain2 (domain1 and domain2 are both internal workplace domains), and which will have to go through a relay host to get anywhere: 
> mail -s "Test" santa394 at domain2.org 
> I don't know if I've made myself clear. Ask questions and I'll try to clarify what I want. 
> Kevin 
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