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Re: question about recipient/sender_bcc_maps limitation

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  • kyoku cocinillas
    ... Actually i forgot to say that what i did to avoid this was to include foo@bcc.example.net to the virtual_alias_maps too. It might not be very clear but
    Message 1 of 7 , Jul 31, 2008
      mouss escribió:
      > kyoku cocinillas wrote:
      >
      >> Hi, i am also interested in this feature, with the aliases i can
      >> figure out where to route all the incoming email without having to
      >> use the recipient_bcc_maps, but i cant find a workaround for the
      >> sender_bcc_maps, i can only configure one email account, and i would
      >> like to forward email from some accounts to more than just one
      >> mailbox, isnt it possible to acomplish?
      >
      >
      > as Viktor said, the result of bcc maps will pass through virtual alias
      > expansion. so bcc to an address, then add virtual aliases for this
      > address. if this is not clear:
      >
      >
      > sender_bcc_maps:
      > foo@... foo@...
      >
      >
      > virtual_alias_maps:
      > foo@... bar1@..., bar2@...
      >
      >
      Actually i forgot to say that what i did to avoid this was to include
      "foo@..." to the virtual_alias_maps too. It might not be
      very clear but works..
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