On Sun, Apr 02, 2006 at 08:22:29PM -0500, Steve Lowe wrote:
> Good evening,
> In reviewing mail stuck in our outgoing queue, we have a number
> of messages sent to the wrong domain:
> u46.org should be u-46.org
> I thought I had solved this problem by using smtp_generic_maps.
> main.cf:smtp_generic_maps = hash:/etc/postfix/generic
> In my /etc/postfix/generic, I have this entry:
> @... @...
> Any suggestions?
Add the same (or better the specific mangled addresses) change to
virtual_alias_maps, and re-queue the mail with "postsuper -r <qid>". The
rewriting in smtp_generic_maps, does not change the nexthop relay. It
happens during (not before) the SMTP dialogue.
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