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You can do this using smtpd_restriction_classes in main.cf like this: smtpd_recipient_restrictions = ... check_recipient_access hash:/etc/postfix/recipient_access ... smtpd_restriction_classes = tocustomerx tocustomerx = check_sender_access hash:/etc/postfix/customer_x_sender_access In /etc/postfix/recipient_access put something like this: ...


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If you want to do that using only Postfix builtin filters, then it can be done only if you can assign different public ip addresses to the postfix server. If so you can follow this example to get what you want: Postfix BUILTIN_FILTER_README Or you could write an external filter, following instructions and examples at Postfix FILTER_README Regards Paolo B....


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I wouldn't recommend doing it that way. The reason that many hosts disable domain forwarding is that it encourages spam. It is a common practice for spammers to send spam to random users at a given domain. So, they'll try addresses like bob@yourdomain.com, george@yourdomain.com, and so forth. Most of the time, sending to these addresses just give the sender ...


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Going on the assumption that you are just a cPanel user, and don't have WHM access... and that you saying that the option to set "default address" is disabled by your host. If so, then mail not addressed to a defined email address won't make it to the rules, as the mail will be rejected right away. IOW. Since the catchall option is disabled by the ...



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