- On Fri, Apr 28, 2006 at 10:43:36AM +0200, Jevos, Peter wrote:
> Thanks for you answer Viktor,Because mostly nothing changes. The only impact (if rewriting is
> Does it mean that everything is correct ?
> Why I cannot see change in the logs when I turn off
done first and suppressed on the second pass), is that virtual
aliases of the form:
user1@... user1@..., user2@...
No longer result in two deliveries of the message to "user2".
> Would I have to turn on receive_override_options = no_address_mappings ?In most configurations nothing changes in the logs, Postfix just skips
> Is there some meaning in my case ?
> I use virtual users stored in mysql table
unnecessary lookups and runs a tiny bit faster.
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