AW: sender rejected

Carsten Burghardt carsten.burghardt at
Fri Apr 30 18:49:00 CEST 2010

I actually followed the Wiki that is why I added these entries to the virtual table as you described. And I do receive emails for both domains correctly. The problem is that when I try to send an email using my normal username and the domain that I added to the virtual table it is rejected.

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Betreff: Re: sender rejected
Von: Christian Tardif <christian.tardif at>
Datum: 30.04.2010 18:17

On 30/04/10 01:39 AM, Carsten Burghardt wrote:
> Hi all,
> I have multi domain setup where all users are identical. So i added
> the additional domains in the virtual table as
> However if I try to send a mail as me at the sender is
> rejected. If I add me at as an alias to the user (in the
> addressbook) it works. I do not really understand this but maybe
> somebody can shed some light on this.

What I understand you want to do is provide a domain alias so any mail 
sent to someone at would end up in someone at, right?

There's a wiki for that:

I haven't been able to do it with Method #1. But Method #2 is really 
simple as well.

All you have to do is edit /kolab/etc/kolab/templates/virtual.template

In your example, that would be: anything

Save, and propagate changes with (as root): /kolab/sbin/kolabconf

That's it!  I just done it five minutes ago!  :-)



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