271719Re: Maildrop filtering
- Dec 4, 2010Le 03/12/2010 17:56, Ben a écrit :
> [snip]The big question is: how do they do that?
> All domains are virtual, I managed to pass all mails to maildrop, it
> works. The problem is that in this configuration, mail are not relayed
> to other hosts when the user configure mail redirection.
> A user can tell : keep the received mail in my mail account, and send a
> copy to anyone@...
if they edit .forward, well, for sure that won't work.
if mail is passed to maildrop, users will need maildrop filtering
or the forwarding must happen before delivery. for example, with
joe@... joe@..., joe@...
will clone the message. then you can configure postfix to relay the
second address to where it should go. if you want .forward functionality,
replace forward.example.net with a domain listed under mydestination.
> That's this fonctionnality that doesn't works anymore.postfix doesn't do that by default. so you either have something
> I noticed that when I configure domains to be virtual (with
> virtual_mailbox_domains setting), the mails have a
> test_thehost.com@... shape.
> When I don't do this setup, mails have a test@... shape.
> Maybe it's related to the relay problem.
configured to do the rewrite or mail is processed by something external
- you used a virtual alias to rewrite
- myorigin is set to mx1.mybox.com, thus test_thehost.com becomes
if it's that, then fix your virtual alias entry: add the domain part
explicitely. see the example I've given above (the one with "joe...").
PS. that doesn't match your claimed 'postconf -n' (your postconf -n says
"myorigin=mx1.test.com", not mx1.mybox.com). When you hide private
infos, do so coherently. Otherwise, you're only making it hard for us to
and anyway, do not hijack valid domains such as test.com and mybox.com.
Use example.com, example.net, example.org or *.example.
>>you can either redirect before passing mail to maildrop (example above),
> I would like to always use maildrop for delivering, but mail redirection
> don't works anymore when I do that.
or redirect in maildrop (maildrop has a CC and TO commands, among other
>> - if you use maildrop with virtual domains, you'll need to tell maildrop
>> how to find the user and his config (mailbox location, ...). This is a
>> maildrop configuration question.
> You're true, I can set local_transport to maildrop, and try to setup
> maildrop to deal correctly with test_thehost.com@... mail form.
> But I don't understand why mail redirection doesn't work anymore when I
> set domains virtual and mail have a form of test@... shape.
> I join my postconf -n
> Thank you very much for your help.
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