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Old 10-12-2006, 09:57 AM   #1
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forwarding mail


Can anybody tell me how to forward mails like this:
I got only one system account and mail server use it and when I mail to and it deliver mails to this same account.

I want to do it like this:
If I receive mail to then mailserver deliver it to rafal_a account and when to it deliver to rafal_b account.

I thing this is .procmailrc or .forward file.

Old 10-13-2006, 02:58 AM   #2
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Sounds like you are describing virtual hosting.

Although, in a very simple situation you could do something with a procmail rule (I would think...). Something like this in a procmailrc file:
* ^
And a similar rule for aaa. The rc might not be exactly correct (that TO might need changing) but that is probably the way to do it on a very simple setup. Ultimately something like that would be done using virtual hosting:



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