- Mar 19, 2013Thank you for the reply!> Jumping Mouse:
> > Hello everyone,
> > I have set up always_bcc = journal@... for an email
> > archiving account. How can bypass always_bcc for certain senders?
> It's called *always*_bcc for a reason...Yes that makes sense :-)
> > for example I do not want to always_bcc any email that comes from
> > audit1@... and or audit2@...
> If you don't want to bcc ALL senders, use sender_bcc_maps to make
> exceptions, Postfix regular expression tables have VERY rudimentary
> if/else/endif support.
> sender_bcc_maps = pcre:/etc/postfix/sender_bccOK so do still keep the always_bcc = journal@... in /etc/postfix/main.cf right? Does placement make a difference?
> if !/^audit1@mydomain\.com$/
> if !/^audit2@mydomain\.com$/
> /./ journal@...
> (I warned you that it is VERY rudimentary. There is no "DUNNO"
> special result value that forces a lookup failure).
> Note: do not put spaces at the beginning of the lines.
> man pcre_table
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