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comment How do you avoid that server documentation gets out of sync with the actual setup?
+1: Thanks for dropping the term 'Change Management', I didn't know this.
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revised How do you avoid that server documentation gets out of sync with the actual setup?
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asked How do you avoid that server documentation gets out of sync with the actual setup?
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accepted How can I make exim deliver a single incoming mail to multiple local maildirs?
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comment How can I make exim deliver a single incoming mail to multiple local maildirs?
Aaah, I wasn't aware of ${original_local_part} - I only knew #{local_part}. Thanks for pointing this out!
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comment How can I make exim deliver a single incoming mail to multiple local maildirs?
I see - but what would the condition for the appendfile transport be? At the point it's tested, the ${local_part} of the mail is no longer the vmailusers alias but rather the actual address as far as I can tell - I don't see a way to tell apart whether this is an actual mail to joe or just a mail to joe triggered by the alias.
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comment How can I make exim deliver a single incoming mail to multiple local maildirs?
The issue is that if I let processing continue (or restart the routing sequence), the mail will be treated as if it was addressed directly to, say, joe - so it will be (in my case) passed to the LDA which uses Sieve filters. I would like to alias to multiple recipients and then have exim deliver straight to their Maildir directories (by-passing Sieve, so they can't possibly miss the mail), without considering other routers.
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asked How can I make exim deliver a single incoming mail to multiple local maildirs?
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asked Does kern.hz still have any relevance in FreeBSD if “dynamic tick mode” is enabled?