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If I could add a point to andrewst's post - if you're building out a big config file consider adding directives to a txt file and use include /path/to/file.
Nice tip, dude..
Excellent tip - especially if you end up re-writing your config regularly - I include all vmta pool definitions in includes - and dynamically create inbox pools expressly for those ips I know inbox @ specfic domains (if they hit a seed within a time frame - we leave 'em in - if not - remove after no seed in X time frame. Then just pmta /reload which I actually have as a scheduled task every 10 mins since I'm always updating the includes. - much easier than re-writing a giant config and I also find PMTA parses configs faster and reloads quicker (a big deal if you have 3/4 c's in one config) if you use includes - don't know if that's in my mind or not - but for the other reasons alone - your dead on - includes = smart!..
I need to do that. I'm constantly running pmta reload in the shell every time I save. Nice!..
I had considered using the domain global for queuing:.
But for my need I ended up with a conditional pattern-list.
Mail-from /@*/ <pattern-list>.
Rcpt-to /@(yahoo|ymail|rocketmail).com$/ virtual-mta=1.
Rcpt-to /@(hotmail|live|msn).com$/ virtual-mta=2.
Rcpt-to /@(aim|aol|cs|wmconnect).com$/ virtual-mta=3.
Rcpt-to /@(att|bellsouth|sbcglobal).net/ virtual-mta=4.
Rcpt-to /@*/ virtual-mta=5.
That's a good tip, but yahoo, sbc, and att are all different. my solutions for getting into sbc everyday do not work on att or yahoo. just my 2 cents...
Yahoo! premium and SBC are basically the same, from my experience..