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revised Postfix virtual domain mapping for a Linux username containing @
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comment Postfix virtual domain mapping for a Linux username containing @
Anyway, thanks, Alex.
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comment Postfix virtual domain mapping for a Linux username containing @
I think I got it now. Thanks for extra, interesting investigation on Google Groups
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comment Postfix virtual domain mapping for a Linux username containing @
They have the same structure as the example above but just for example.ru
Jul
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comment Postfix virtual domain mapping for a Linux username containing @
Alex, my question was about how to make things work differently, when they already work find the way they are. In case, in virtual I set destination user as me.example.ru - it's all fine then BUT if I use me@example.ru, then Postfix says unknown user!? What should I do?
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comment Postfix virtual domain mapping for a Linux username containing @
..but if I set alias1 in virtual, and I set alias1: me@example.com in aliases then it falls into loop?
Jul
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comment Postfix virtual domain mapping for a Linux username containing @
Is this possible to use Linux UID in /etc/postfix/virtual?
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comment Postfix virtual domain mapping for a Linux username containing @
My localLinuxUser is an email address, that Postfix has in postfix/virtual file. Does it change anything from your point of view?
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revised Postfix virtual domain mapping for a Linux username containing @
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comment Postfix virtual domain mapping for a Linux username containing @
I have looked through it before. Not sure where the right answer is. If you know, please be more specific.
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comment Postfix virtual domain mapping for a Linux username containing @
The problem is that realAdmin@SomeDomain.ru is local Linux username and it falls into loop.
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comment Postfix virtual domain mapping for a Linux username containing @
There is no directives should be in main.cf about virtual domains. I'm not sure how your answer will help me to solve my problem. The problem is, that Postifix needs additional settings (if there are any in this concern) to make it work.
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