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Re: fax to inbox

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  • mouss
    ... out of curiosity, what server doesn t allow = in addresses? ... you can use virtual_alias_maps to rewrite the recipient. for example:
    Message 1 of 2 , Jan 29, 2009
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      bharathan kailath a écrit :
      > hi
      > trying to implement a fax store and forward with cisco AS5300. but while
      > forwarding fax to the MTA it format recipient address as
      > 'FAX=3690000@... <mailto:3690000@...>';the server that
      > is receiving this message is not allowing to put '=' in the alias name
      > to the recipient (it is not a postfix server unfortunately);

      out of curiosity, what server doesn't allow "=" in addresses?

      > so
      > wondering if CISCO AS5300 forwards mails to postfix first and if postfix
      > can do some rewriting (so that 'FAX=' part can be got rid off ); or
      > create real usernames in postfix and alias it with
      > 'FAX=3690000@... <mailto:3690000@...>' and again
      > transport mail back to the non-postfix server (3690000 is the fax no)
      >
      > there exist two postfix relays to this non postfix server currently but
      > there is no local delivery on it; can i make use of those ones!
      >
      >

      you can use virtual_alias_maps to rewrite the recipient. for example:

      /^fax=(\d+@example\.com)$/ fax.$1

      note that this example breaks recipient validation, so you need to
      protect this from spammers (for example, using check_recipient_access...)
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