On Wed, Jun 29, 2005 at 09:24:33AM -0400, jeff covey wrote:
if i send a message to jeff+test(_at_)localhost, it's delivered to the "test"
mbox, and the correct message appears in the log. but if i send it to
jeff+test(_at_)jeffcovey(_dot_)net, it's delivered to
$DEFAULT, and the log says "*** plusinfo is ***".
This is likley a virtual domain issue that you are having. Not
totally familiar with postfix, and I've never solved this same problem
in sendmail either.
But you are probably specifing both the jeff(_dot_)covey(_at_)pobox(_dot_)com
jeff(_at_)jeffcovey(_dot_)net to redirect to the jeff(_at_)localhost mailbox
your virtualuser setup. This looses the '+test' in the translation.
The jeff(_at_)(_dot_)(_dot_)(_dot_) is easy to fix, you're already accepting
mail for the
domain, just let that user fall naturally to the local user. The
jeff(_dot_)covey(_at_)(_dot_)(_dot_) I don't have the answer for, you'll have
to see if you
can do some left side wildcard matching. I know in sendmail I can do:
to have a throway type addy just send to my real address with the +garbage
Good luck, hopefully this send you on the right trail.
Till Later, Jake <karrde+procmail(_at_)viluppo(_dot_)net>
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