On 11/08/2010 06:40 AM, Tom H wrote:>
<pre wrap="">If you want "paulandcilla.homelinux.org" to be
> should have a dyndns ip address for it (as you have for
> "homelinux.org") rather than a private, "192.168." one.
> Neither I (nor Stan, nor anyone else) should be able to query a public
> DNS database (for example Google's, with "dig @188.8.131.52
> paulandcilla.homelinux.org") and get "192.168.10.2" as a result.
right, I can change that, but that isn't my issue. Since I am inside my router, in my 192.168.10 subdomain, and all my host files show 192.168.10.X addresses, it works for me, here:)
my issue is getting fetchmail to get my email into my local IMAP folder.
mydestination = paulandcilla.homelinux.org, localhost
# uname -a
Linux paulandcilla.homelinux.org 2.6.26-2-686
# grep Maildir main.cf
home_mailbox = Maildir/
all I want is for postfix to put my local email into my local IMAP folder /home/$USER/Maildir.
-- Paul Cartwright Registered Linux user # 367800