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Old 11-20-2011, 12:37 AM   #1
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making postfix server to queue mail


I have a domain. Its have two mx entry. So while one mx is down message will be queued to 2nd mx. And when first mx will up 2nd mx transmit all message to 2nd mx. I want to use postfix as a 2nd mx which will queue mail for 1st mx. So for this how can i configure postfix?
 
  


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