On 02-03-2005 at 12:38:19AM +0200, Matti Aarnio wrote: > The doc/guides/virtusers is rather old document, and > there are many new ways to do it. > > > Presently I am doing it with: > > a) fqdnaliases mapping user1@domain1 to some other > local or remote addresses > b) routes telling that for domain1 is invalid: > domain1 error!novirtuser!- Why You use "error!novirtuser!-", what is difference with "error!novirtuser" ? > c) localnames NOT listing domain1 in it > d) smtp-policy.mx DOES list domain1 in it! > (but letting "I handle all where I am MX" - in smtp-policy.src > boilerplate, will also do it, although is subject to DNS working > and having suitable data.) > > e) Smtpserver running with interactive router subsystem > f) zmailer.conf SMTPOPTIONS="-s strict -s ftve ..." > g) in smtpserver.conf the HELO-patterns must also have 'ft' > letters in them. > Why You write options "ftve" twice (once in zmailer.conf and second in smtpserver.conf)? Isn't it this same? You use in smtpserver.c first getopt() and after this readcffile(). So if You use: f) zmailer.conf SMTPOPTIONS="-s strict -s ftve ..." and in smtpserver.conf You use: \[*\] * ftveR * * ftveR the options server will be using come from smtpserver.conf (ftveR) IMHO. Best regards, Bartek.