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Old 07-11-2006, 03:40 AM   #1
pushpraj
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Qmail: forward non-existent user to remote domain?


Please help for solving this situation.

I have created a virtual domain goldenswan.com, all mail to
anyuser@goldenswan.com is delivered locally.
How can I forward non-existent user to my remote hosted domain which is also
goldenswan.com?
Message is looping and bounced when I try to resolve the issue by writing
below line in /home/vpopmail/domains/goldenswan.com/.qmail-default
| forward $LOCAL@goldenswan.com
Please help me.


Pushpraj Nimbalkar
 
  


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