Our system is set up such that
*@our-server.com goes to
email@example.com. We automatically process email and it's easier/faster to connect to a single account that has all email rather than the hundreds we'd have otherwise.
But in some cases, there are other outside forwarders set up like
firstname.lastname@example.org -> email@example.com -> firstname.lastname@example.org
The middle address (
named-email) is important for our processing because it defines what happens with any messages sent to it. But I'm not sure how to get this address.
Is there some postfix option I can enable that enters the original address into a header?
email@example.com is the original address that the server is accepting, seems like there should be a way to save this in a header.
The reason for all of this is that users have their own
firstname.lastname@example.org address. Sometimes they want to use their own email addresses so they set up forwarders. But the important
email@example.com address seems lost when that happens.