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Old 02-16-2004, 11:00 PM   #1
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postfix: putting users in vtables without domain

I have set up postfix to use mysql. I also set up courier to use the mysql. The issue that I'm having is that postfix needs to have the username entries in the form of user@domain.tld, but courier only wants 'user'. (withou @domain.tld) Is there a way to have courier-imap automatically look for user@domain.tld instead of just user?

That is, when I set up my MUA, such as evolution, to get mail from my imap server, I don't want to have to specify the user as user@domain.tld. I would like to just specify user and then have courier add the @domain.tld automatically.



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