As an incoming MTA, after Postfix receive messages, which part takes the
duty of saving messages to disk?
Is this possible that messages were stored into disk by encrypted?
Wietse Venema wrote:
> The remote server (server.sub.dom.local [xx.xx.xx.xx]) says:
> 550 5.7.1<[hidden email]>: Recipient address rejected:
> Recipient domain dom.local is not used. (in reply to RCPT TO command)
Re: AW: AW: STMP is rejecting and i'm not sure why
> What does "Recipient domain xxx.xxx is not used" mean?
> The message comes from a remote server.
> Ask the people who run the server what that message means.
> I run the server which is throwing this error...
host server.sub.dom.local [remote.ip.addr.ess] said:
550 5.7.1 <[hidden email]>: Recipient address
rejected: Recipient domain dom.local is not used
Are you running the server (server.sub.dom.local [remote.ip.addr.ess])?
1) Should the destination server (server.sub.dom.local
[remote.ip.addr.ess]) have accepted that recipient address? If that
is true, then the server is misconfigured.
2) Should the user have sent email to a different recipient address?
If that is true, then the user needs to update their address book.
3) Should the sending Postfix system have transformed the user's
recipient address from [hidden email] into something
else before sending it to the destination server (server.sub.dom.local
[remote.ip.addr.ess])? If that is true, then the sending Postfix
system is misconfigured.
There is no such error message in Postfix source code, and I can't
get Google to return any meaningful information for this error message.
That usually means that no-one else is having this specific problem,
and that YOU created the problem with some bad configuration. For help,
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