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On Tue, 11 Oct 2011, Wietse Venema wrote:
> Stefan Bertels:
>> I tried adding domain part to the right side, too:
>> email@example.com stefan@localhost
> To deliver some address locally, you need to (surprise) specify a
> destination domain name that delivers locally.
This is some suprise to me because I had a simple solution with some
virtual_alias file on my previous machine running exim. There was a
simple config rule replacing the whole address without any need for
adding a whole domain. Seems I now need some more complicated config
> 1) A destination domain name that is listed in mydestination or in
> 2) A destination domain name that is not subject to some wild-card
> address rewrite or some routing override (transport_maps, content_filter,
> etc.). If such an override exists, specify an explicit identity mapping
> for the destination domain name to exclude it from the override.
I don't fully understand part "2)". Seems I'm not that familar with
technical details of postfix to make this work without studying the
postfix system in high detail. Seems I can get it to deliver
*@stefan-bertels.de locally and to replace the local part of all
addresses (e.g. post => stefan). But I have no idea how to get mails to
all other addresses to my smarthost. Could you spotlight this by giving
an example or some hint?