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Old 11-03-2003, 04:05 PM   #1
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Mysql - Postfix alias domain

Hi forum

I've got a postfix server with mysql back-end. Currently I have just one domain which I will call ""- but now I got another domain too, which will be called ""
I wan't to set up the to be an alias for my
This shoulden't be to tricky, but I can't figure out how to do it.
What I tried :
I tried to add in the alias (I tried the virtual too) database with
alias destination

(I also tried the other way, just to be sure)

But when I try to send I message it get's stuck in the queue, with message "bouced back to myself" or something like that.
Just to try I tried adding the domain in transport db.
Now I got a different error saying did not exist.

I wan't the mail coming to the to get forwarded to, and ofcourse keep the username.
Like -> when it get's in my inbox.

Hopefully by just adding the whole domain as a alias.




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