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On 11/19/2011 10:03 AM, Anne Wilson wrote:
> What I want to achieve - any mail addressed to email@example.com is put onto my
> IMAP server's mail spool for the person concerned.
All domains listed in mydestination are delivered on the local machine.
So according to your stated goals, use:
mydestination = lydgate.lan
> Any mail other than
> addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org should go to mailhost.zen.co.uk.
To deliver everything else to your ISPs mail relay, put that in the
relayhost = [mailhost.zen.co.uk]
You likely don't need transport_maps because it's for exceptions to
the above delivery rules.
> In view of this, what should $myorigin and $mydestination be?
myorigin = lydgate.lan
All your questions are answered here:
If you're not familiar with general email principals you may need to
review the various README files several times before they start to
make sense. But they will.
-- Noel Jones