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Old 07-07-2006, 05:46 AM   #1
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How to handle non-existent users in qmail-toaster I have created a virtual domain, all mail to


I have configured a Qmail toaster mail server for my office. A virtual domain
i.e. is created for my LAN users. Each email account looks
like I have created, on this local email server. When I send a message to or it is perfectly delivered to the respective mail boxes. If I send
a message to non-existent user (lets say on local mail server, message is bounced back.

My internet domain is also which is placed to some ISP. I want
to deliver non-existent user's mail (mentioned above as should be delivered to ISP's mail server by resolving MX record of actual



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