[Dnsmasq-discuss] Wildcard / catch all Mail eXchanger (MX)
pemensik at redhat.com
Fri May 7 20:13:03 UTC 2021
I don't think there exists way to do what you requested using dnsmasq.
However, it might work to DNAT rule outgoing SMTP connections to your
smarthost, moving this decision from DNS to IP firewall/NAT. Could be
done only on some gateway of course.
But I think your users would not like such redirection, I think blocking
outgoing ports and requesting manual configuration from clients might be
more acceptable. Just my 2 cents.
On 5/7/21 4:05 PM, Mark wrote:
> I know there are MX related configuration options which can be used in
> dnsmasq.conf (mx-host, mx-target, selfmx and localmx) - however, none of
> them appear to be able to deliver the specific functionality I'm looking
> for...here's what I'm trying to do...
> I have an internal network that is using dnsmasq for name resolution and
> some (not all) hosts are using it for DHCP.
> I would like dnsmasq to deliver a single MX record back to MX queries from
> hosts on my internal network no matter what mail domain is being included
> in their MX query - i.e. a 'wildcard MX' (which I'll point to my SMTP
> The description of the 'mx-host' option in dnsmasq's man page makes
> reference to this type of requirement ("for directing mail from systems on
> a LAN to a central server") - however, dnsmasq still appears to need to be
> configured to provide responses only for specifically mail domains
> ("hostname") MX requests.
> Essentially, I believe I want to specify a wildcard as the "hostname"
> (really "mail domain").
> I wondered if it's possible to deliver this functionality with the current
> Appreciate any insights you're able to share.
> Thanks in advance.
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