285544Re: virtual mailboxes BUT NOT virtual domain
- May 2, 2012Zitat von The Eye <mhellwig@...>:
> On Wed, May 02, 2012 at 07:05:03AM -0400, Wietse Venema wrote:If you want to mix local and virtual delivery in the same "external"
>> Michael Hellwig:
>> > I've been butting my head against this one for quite some time now.
>> You might want to read this document:
>> This decribes what is needed to avoid "user unknown" and "relay access
>> denied" errors.
>> After this, setting up a suitable virtual_transport in main.cf
>> becomes a minor detail.
> Well maybe I'm really dense now, but when I look at that document, I
> still see that virtual mailboxes are supposed to be on their own domain,
> NOT on the same domain as the local users, given that the distinction
> between the two types of mailboxes is made via the domain?
> Or do I misunderstand something?
maildomain you have to split them and rewrite the mail routing
information in the envelope. Something like this for example
user1@domain -> virtual1@domain
user2@domain -> local1@...
and route the mail with transport maps as intended.
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