Enable sending e-mails to same domain on external server even if Mail service is enabled for a domain
As more and more customers move to G Suite and Office 365, there is a need to send authenticated emails from local SMTP to external server that handles same domain.
Lets say example.com has a WordPress installation that sends notifications, order confirmations, form confirmations, ... to avoid spam and meet best practices, I will create local e-mail account firstname.lastname@example.org.
As long as mail is enabled locally, one will get error: Recipient address rejected: User unknown in virtual mailbox table; even if email@example.com is perfectly deliverable on external service such as G Suite.
Please fix this, there is a real need, it is a easy fix for Postfix.
Igi Vuillemier commented
hello everyone, i am in favor of being able to choose the order of the mail service.
so stsandart is now: internal server (plesk) then external to mx zone entries.
it would be good that you can choose the order yourself.
so e.g. first external server (after entries of the mx zone) and as 2nd internal (plesk) ..
or can you solve that otherwise ????
Thanks for your help.