Here are some thoughts, which will require some customization to meet your exact needs. The first thing I found was that Postfix doesn't seem to like doing anything to addresses that are aliases (i.e.
virtual_alias_maps). But that's fine since in reality it doesn't matter what these addresses are called as long as everything gets delivered properly in the end.
So, in Postfix's
main.cf, add the following lines:
virtual_mailbox_domains = example.org
# Feel free to give munger a better name, just update master.cf appropriately
virtual_transport = munger:
Next, you need to tell Postfix what
munger actually means. Add the following (see pipe(8) for more options). So add the following to
munger unix - n n - - pipe
flags= user=nobody argv=/usr/bin/redirector
According to the above, anything destined for
example.org will get sent to the
/usr/bin/redirector program (or whatever you want to call it). For most normal things, you'd need some command line arguments for sender/recipient information (again,
pipe(8) has more details) but since the sender and destination addresses are fixed, nothing else is needed on the command line.
Now you just need to write the
redirector program. This worked for me:
/usr/sbin/sendmail -bm -f 'something@myserver' '[email protected]'
It's a regular shell script (or your language of choice) so make it as simple or complex as you like.