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Re: LMTP delivery and VERP

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  • Wietse Venema
    ... Then you will have to tell your LMTP server to accept the extension. Postfix does not have to solve all email problems. Wietse
    Message 1 of 3 , Mar 17, 2010
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      Jesus Cea:
      > >> If I send a mail to "jcea+XXX@...", Postfix checks "jcea@..." in
      > >> the virtual table and recognizes the user. But when Postfix sends the
      > >> message to the storage backend, via LMTP, the destination is
      > >> "jcea+XXX@...", and I would like to get the LMTP "rcpt to"
      > >> "jcea@...".
      > >>
      > >> I guess I have to use the rewrite machinery, but I am not skilled enough
      > >> with the inner working of Postfix (yet :-).
      > >
      > > See: man 5 virtual
      > >
      > > Look for "propagate_unmatched_extensions".
      > >
      > > It is mentioned twice.
      >
      > Thanks for the hint. But what if I only want to drop it infor LMTP
      > transport?. I don't want to affect forwarding via "virtual".

      Then you will have to tell your LMTP server to accept the extension.
      Postfix does not have to solve all email problems.

      Wietse
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