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Old 07-07-2005, 12:34 PM   #1
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sendmail - virtualusertable / mailertable


I want to be able to recieve mail for one email address at a domain, and
everything else at that domain should be forwarded to that domains mail
server.

In this case i own mydomain.com. Somebody else owns domain.com.. I only need
to be able to accept mail sent from MY server at one specific address, so
therefore i dont have any dns setup that needs to be done.. I just dont know
how to forward everything else, back to the real mail server... any ideas?


I have tried a few different things...

local-host-names
domain.com
mydomain.com

Virtualusertable
wanted@domain.com catchall@mydomain.com
@domain.com ?????


Mailertable
domain.com [smtp]:mail.domain.com
 
  


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