292061Re: LDAP canonical_maps and domain rewriting
- Mar 19, 2013Hello,All this seems to be something very different from what postfix and other smtp usually does. So, may be the problem is with the concept, not with the implementation.May I ask you why you need to change the domain name part of the mail delivery address? Can you provide us with information on your mail accepting and delivery needs?May be if you look from a different direction, you can see a different - and more appropriate - sollution.Thanks!!Atenciosamente,
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> >How do you manage users who have multiple email addresses? You should
> >avoid domain to domain rewrites, and for each user list all the
> >valid addresses. Read:
> > http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-lachman-ldap-mail-routing-03
> >where "maildrop" is called "mailRoutingAddress".
> Thanks. Just read it and I switched to mailRoutingAddress.
address attribute, that is "mailAlternateAddress" in the draft.
What matters to Postfix is not what name or OID you use, but what
data you populate the attributes with. You SHOULD populate the
attributes with data that matches the attribute's published semantics,
but this only matters if you use tools that assign fixed meanings
to the attributes. Postfix does not care which attribute is which
it just does the lookups you configure.Except you are still trying to rewrite the mailbox delivery address
> >The canonical mapping has to match the actual process for managing
> >your user addresses. Use the right attributes and define their
> >semantics clearly.
> Having read that draft it's clear now that I shouldn't be abusing
> attributes for a purpose for which they are not intended.
back to a unique user, but mailbox delivery addresses are not in
1-to-1 correspondence with users. The addresses that really do
uniquely belong to the user should be in mailAlternateAddress,
which is also known as mailLocalAddress in some documents.
This is my last post on the subject, perhaps someone else can
help if you're still confused.
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