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Old 12-07-2003, 10:04 AM   #1
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Using different transport mechanisms

Hi there,

I have some problems configuring Postfix with Cyrus as IMAP-Handler and Confixx.

I want Postfix to transport any mails adressed to a special domain to the Cyrus-IMAP. So I inserted an entry to the /etc/postfix/transport like this:

# Any mails to should be handled by cyrus cyrus:

The directive in the (mailbox_transport) I comment out.

Mails to other domains hosted by this server should be transported using the classical "local"-command.

When I send an email to the email is dropped in /var/spool/imap/user/userxyz. Thats okay. When I send an email to the sender gets an message that the mailbox does not exist.

I want Postfix to put this email and drop it into "/var/spool/mail/userxyz" so that the recipients can put their mails using any pop3-client.

How do I do that ?

Thanks for help


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