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Re: Configuration Help.
> > I believe the method is to add something along the lines of
> > .* *!host_to_deliver_to
> > to your db/routes file. I'm sure there'd be more on this in the
> > current documentation for setting up routes.
> I tried this method with the version of Zmailer that's running on this
> machine (2.99.25) and it didn't work. If I explicitly put in part of a
> domain (such as ".com smtp!host"), it would. Are the asterisks a
> feature of a later version of zmailer?
Into 2.99.41 (Nov 11, 1996) I did modify pathalias processor to check
also for the '.' object:
That after I had (for a while) used all toplevels covering routeing
specifications at one system, and frankly got a bit annoyed with it..
(It was my workstation, which was not in globally routable network
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/Matti Aarnio <firstname.lastname@example.org>