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Re: set a catch-all for users that not exists in database

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  • David Touzeau
    I think i have found the solution the solution is to populate the /etc/postfix/virtual with user s emails addresses maps before the catch-all instead this
    Message 1 of 22 , Jul 1, 2010
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      I think i have found the solution

      the solution is to populate the /etc/postfix/virtual with user's emails
      addresses maps before the catch-all

      instead this

      @... all-users@...


      fill this:

      user1@... user1@...
      user2@... user2@...
      all-users@... all-users@...
      @... all-users@...

      and it's works !

      Many thanks for your helps



      On 01/07/2010 18:51, Markus Schönhaber wrote:
      > 01.07.2010 18:13, David Touzeau:
      >
      >> THanks to explain to me the process but what is for you the best
      >> settings to fix the situation ?
      >
      > Hm, I have already said what I consider the best fix for the situation:
      > get rid of the catch-all and implement recipient validation.
      >
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