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Re: Virtual domains?
I'm trying to set up some form of virtual domain service for mail..
On Sat, 24 Aug 1996, Arnt Gulbrandsen wrote:
> Either crossbar.cf or aliases.cf should suit your needs. aliases.cf
> sounds best - at the start of routeuser, before the
> case "$(channel $quad)" in
> check whether $(host $quad) is your virtual host, and rewrite $quad if
> it is. I haven't tested this:
> [ "$(host $quad)" = urka.com ] &&
> quad=(local $(user $quad) burka $(attributes $quad))
> but I think it will redirect all mail for *@urka.com to the local user
> or alias burka, which Iassume is what you want to do.
I tried this and several variations and couldn't get it to go (testing
with router -i showed no change). Part of the problem may be that the
"host" for local entries (I have all my virtual domains and variants in my
localaliases file) looks like user@host not just host. I confirmed this by
uncommenting one of the diagnostic prints in routeuser. But even if I
hardcoded [ "$(host $quad)" = "firstname.lastname@example.org" ], it didn't seem to affect
things. Any ideas?
Matti: what are the multiple IP addresses in the 2.99.38 config for,
exactly? Does Zmailer not automatically bind to all addresses?
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