This section describes how to configure the mail server shipped with Wazo (Postfix) and the way Wazo handles mails.
In, the following options can be configured:
- Domain Name messaging : the server’s displayed domain. Will appear in “Received” mail headers.
- Source address of the server : domain part of headers “Return-Path” and “From”.
- Relay SMTP and FallBack relay SMTP : relay mail servers.
- Rewriting shipping addresses : Canonical address Rewriting. See Postfix canonical documentation for more info.
Postfix, the mail server shipped with Wazo, should be stopped on an installed Wazo with no valid and reachable DNS servers configured. If Postfix is not stopped, messages will bounce in queues and could end up affecting core pbx features.
If you need to disable Postfix here is how you should do it:
systemctl stop postfix systemctl disable postfix
If you ever need to enable Postfix again:
systemctl enable postfix systemctl start postfix
Alternatively, you can empty Postfix’s queues by issuging the following commands on the Wazo server:
postsuper -d ALL