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Old 08-06-2006, 05:46 AM   #1
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Question Domain Masquarade and Aliasing in postfix

Friends ,

I am using postfix for my Mail . I have a domain suppose ""
I want "DOMAIN MASQUARADE" i.e., i want to use "" with "" as a virtual domain . How i can i do it with postfix ?

I want to know also how i make "E-mail Address" aliasing in postfix ?
For example, i have a user "" . Now i want to make a user "" so that when i send a mail to "" then the mail is forwarded to the "".

Waiting for ur reply .. Thx...
Old 08-06-2006, 06:45 AM   #2
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First add virtual domains :
1-make some modification at

Vi /etc/postfix/

virtual_mailbox_domains =,

Second add alias :

make some modification at /etc/alias,


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