Re: virtual-regex problem
- Hi Noel,
Furthermore wildcard seems to have an effect only on email addresses
for the parent domain of the postfix host.
If I send email to @yahoo and regex changes it to @..., this works fine.
If I send email to @mydomain regex changes it to wildcard.
Does it make sense?
- On 2/15/2013 5:25 PM, Alex wrote:
> Hi Noel,I'm sure postfix is doing exactly what you've told it to do.
> Furthermore wildcard seems to have an effect only on email addresses
> for the parent domain of the postfix host.
> If I send email to @yahoo and regex changes it to @..., this works fine.
> If I send email to @mydomain regex changes it to wildcard.
> Does it make sense?
Postfix is documented here:
-- Noel Jones
- On Fri, Feb 15, 2013 at 02:35:31PM -0800, Alex wrote:
> It seems that regex is indeed working, but something is forcingDid you see my post yesterday? Pay close attention to the setting
> email into local host instead of outside. This only happens with
> wildcard in place.
> Here is an extract from maillog:
> Feb 15 14:30:54 qa6 postfix/error: A6EC61F88989:
> to=<somename@...>, orig_to=<somename@...>, relay=none,
> delay=0.02, delays=0.01/0/0/0.01, dsn=5.0.0, status=bounced (User
> unknown in virtual alias table)
(unsetting, actually) of virtual_alias_domains.
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