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Re: "Simplest" approach to full-adress aliases?

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  • mouss
    ... No. virtual_alias_maps apply to all mail that goes through your postfix, whatever the domain class is. ... and mail may be accepted even if the domain is
    Message 1 of 10 , Nov 19, 2012
      Le 17/11/2012 15:24, Jeroen Geilman a écrit :
      >[snip]
      >
      > NOTE that domainALPHA.com must be in an address class you control:
      > relay, local, or virtual_*.
      >

      No. virtual_alias_maps apply to all mail that goes through your postfix,
      whatever the domain class is.

      > The presence of the alias alone does not mean mail for the domain is
      > accepted.
      >

      and mail may be accepted even if the domain is not in "an address class
      you control...". the obvious example is submitted mail. a less obvious
      one is a domain not declared in relayd_omains, but accepted via a
      check_recipient_address (yeah, that's ugly, but still possible).

      in short, the three things:

      - mail rewrite
      - mail address classes
      - mail acceptance

      are 3 different concepts.
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