271704Re: Maildrop filtering
- Dec 3, 2010Le 01/12/2010 17:52, Christoph Anton Mitterer a écrit :
> On Wed, 2010-12-01 at 17:41 +0100, Ben wrote:Thank you for your reply.
>> Postfix choose
>> local to deliver the mail, but I can't find why. I would like it uses
>> maildrop instead.
> You need to set up your hosted domains to be virtual hosted
> Or change the transport for local delivery...
I have a lot of difficulties to set up what I want with Postfix...
The box have a mass hosting software that came with its own postfix
configuration. I just want to modify it slightly to use maildrop to sent
spam in an IMAP spam folder instead of inbox.
By default, local is used for delivering. Setting
virtual_mailbox_domains correctly allowed me to use maildrop transport
for delivering. But it breaks email relaying (ex : test@... must be
delivered locally, and forwarded to test@...). The local
delivery works (with maildrop), but the mail is not forwarded (User
unknown in virtual mailbox table (state 14)).
So, I've tried to use maildrop for local_transport, but if I don't set
virtual_mailbox_domains, email have such a form :
user_domain.com@.... So maildrop said user unknown. Command
output: Invalid user specified. It work only with user@...
It's hell so, as I don't know how the mass hosting software set Postfix,
and don't know well the postfix configuration...
Any help greatly appreciated !
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