How to "re-write" incoming addresses to avoid bouncing..?
johnd at quaketech.com
Thu Jul 14 23:44:32 CEST 2005
It fixes internally sent messages. Before they were just disappearing..
Now they get sent correctly.
Unfortunately sending from an external host still fails. (relay access
I tried one of the examples in the canonical file also:
user at mailserver.domain.com user at domain.com
but it didnt improve things..
Otmar Stahl wrote:
> John Dempsey wrote:
>> Hi, again, thought I would ask each question in a separate message.
>> I have moved from a postfix mail system to Kolab2, and want to know
>> how I can redirect or re-write email addresses like
>> "username at mailservername.domainname.com"
>> to "username at domain.com". Postfix, at least the way I had it
>> configured was more forgiving in this regard
>> and would accept the messages. Kolab rejects them, if they arrive
>> from an external source. Sending from
>> and internal address to username at mailservername.domainname.com
>> caused no bounce, it just went into lala
>> land. I found that if I put username at mailservername.domainname.com
>> into the user's alias list,
>> that the internal sending would work, but external still acts the
>> same way.
>> I have users who are concerned that some mailing lists and users may
>> have their address as username at mailservername.domainname.com, instead
>> of username at domain.com, and that they mail be missing
>> Any ideas?
> You should write the following line to
> @mailservername.domainname.com @domainname.com
> and afterwards execute
> /kolab/sbin/postmap /kolab/etc/postfix/canonical
> Kind regards,
> Otmar Stahl
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