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Short Description
Postfix image witch sends only to defined domains. All other mails will be catched by MailHog.
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Description

This image is designed for usage in a development environment. It provides a postfix witch
deliver mails only to allowed domains. All the other mails will be redirected to the MailHog
client which is also running within this image.

Usage / Examples

Start the container with following command and surf http://localhost:8025

docker run \
    -p 587:587 -p 8025:8025 \
    -h postfix.project.dev \
    -e ALLOWED_RECEIVER_DOMAINS=example.com,project.dev \
    techdivision/development-postfix:latest

Send an email e.g. via curl throw the SMTP port 587. Mails witch are sent to example.com
will be sent out. Other mails will be catched by MailHog. You can see them on
http://localhost:8025

cat << EOF > /tmp/mail-body.txt
From: User Name <test@example.com>
To: Example User <user@example.com>
Subject: A test email

Message body goes here!
EOF

curl smtp://0.0.0.0:587 \
    --mail-from "test@example.com" \
    --mail-rcpt "user@example.com" \
    -T /tmp/mail-body.txt

Configuration

You can configure the allowed receiver domains with the environment variable
ALLOWED_RECEIVER_DOMAINS. Separate multiple domains with comma.

docker-compose.yml example

  postfix:
    restart: always
    image: techdivision/development-postfix:latest
    environment:
      ALLOWED_RECEIVER_DOMAINS: example.com,project.dev
    ports:
      - 587:587
      - 8025:8025
    hostname: postfix.project.dev
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