man forward is great, but im running in virtual postfix?
any idea how to do ".forward" in virtual postfix?



On Sat, May 31, 2008 at 11:55 AM, Jon Radel <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> Ruel Luchavez wrote:
>
>> ALL Hi,
>>
>> I dont know if its right to post my problem here..
>>
>>
> Yes.
>
>  How would you redirect an email account?
>> Lets put it in this way, we have an existing account namely
>> [EMAIL PROTECTED]
>> ,[EMAIL PROTECTED] and [EMAIL PROTECTED] what i want is
>> when someone send and email to account1 only (no cc: or bcc: from sender)
>> ,
>> account3 can also receive the message being sent
>> to account1? is it possible?
>>
>>
> If you're using sendmail (the default mail server in FreeBSD), probably the
> easiest way is to edit /etc/mail/aliases and put the following line in the
> file:
>
> account1:  \account1, account3
>
> and then run the newaliases command.
>
> While this will not send account3 two copies of e-mail that the sender sent
> to both account1 and account3, it will not check that account1 is the only
> recipient.  If you need to strictly check that there are no cc: or bcc:
> recipients, I suspect you will have to install something more sophisticated,
> such as procmail from ports.
>
>  I'm using the Thunderbird.
>>
>
> Or, you could set up rules in Thunderbird to do the forwarding from there.
>  Of course, this means that mail gets forwarded only when account1 checks
> for mail.
>
> --Jon Radel
>
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