I'm a big fan of Gmail's addressing features (aka '
+' in address like
Unfortunately a lot of services are too dumb to validate an email addresses correctly ( like
/[a-zA-Z0-9\.\-]+@.+/ ) or are aware of this feature and forbid usage of a disposable mail address.
Since I have my own domain, I'd like to setup the smallest possible MX server (without queuing if possible) that would allow routing of my own disposable mailboxes ("created" on the fly) to my gmail account (& thus benefit from Gmail other cool features).
firstname.lastname@example.org is to be relayed to
email@example.com (disposable mailbox)
or, more practical
firstname.lastname@example.org (sticky mailbox)
Do you have any ideas ?
Id like to force usage of substring in the mail adress to prevent bruteforcing ... something like
1.1 (Extra Bonus super prize) use a flexible routing pattern map :
Server security & MX security must be ensured :
2.1 simple & clear solution (eg. small perl / node.js script) or well established software base (Eg. postfix)
2.2 not an open relay ...
- Being a computer enthusiast I'm giving a close look to theses related technologies in parallel : DNSSEC, DANE, SPF, DKIM. So it would be cool to be able / to still be able to plug them in ;)