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I want to configure postfix few email address for autoreply, there is no concern, which tool we use, I need only solution. I can't go through the above answer, i try to read man.
Please provide me solution in step by step. I used the below link info, but posfix service failed to run after changes ins master.cf file mention at that link.
I installed vacation RPM and create .forward and .vacation.msg file in Home Directory of User. After it Run vacation -I command.
For example, your .forward file might have:
\javed, "|/usr/bin/vacation javed"
in your home directory. Vacation expects a file .vacation.msg, in your home directory, containing a message to be sent back to each sender. It should be an entire message. For example, it might contain:
From: Javed dogar
Subject: I am out off office.
Sorry, but I cannot read your email message. I am on holiday
Please contact my friends for any issue or 0333-4045603.
But unfortunately,can't get autoreply. Please provide me any link about complete detail of vacation tool.
" Login with required user, like su - javed
" Run vacation command, like $vacation without interactive switch -I, now it will automatically create .forward and .vacation.msg file. Edit msg file as per requirement.
" Now run command $vacation -I to activate the changes.
" By default auto reply to one sender one time weekly. For further detail see man vacation.