Re: Postfix don't see my aliases ??
- On Sat, Sep 30, 2006 at 11:50:42PM -0500, Albert Chin wrote:
> On Mon, Sep 11, 2006 at 07:21:12AM +0200, Magnus B?ck wrote:You don't have to use the table "Mailman" generates directly. Use make(1)
> > Since the right-hand side address of the virtual alias table doesn't
> > contain a domain, Postfix will add @$myorigin. For this to work,
> > myorigin must be a local domain. In your case it's a virtual mailbox
> > domain. Configure Mailman to qualify the addresses with a local
> > domain (localhost is typically a suitable choice).
> The code from Mailman to create the virtual-mailman table:
> # The text file entries get a little extra info
> print >> fp, '# STANZA START:', listname
> print >> fp, '# CREATED:', time.ctime(time.time())
> # Now add all the standard alias entries
> for k, v in makealiases(listname):
> fqdnaddr = '%s@%s' % (k, hostname)
> # Format the text file nicely
> print >> fp, fqdnaddr, ((fieldsz - len(k)) * ' '), k
> So, it doesn't seem possible, without changing the source, to
> automatically append "@localhost" to the RHS entries.
with suitable post-processing code to convert this file to an alias
table for use by Postfix.
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