On Thu, Feb 20, 2003 at 10:22:11AM -0500, Laszlo Vagner wrote: > While hosting mail for several domains, a local user > with an account name of say "biz" has a domain of say "domain.com" > would receive mail from other domains hosted at the same site > such as "[EMAIL PROTECTED]". > > What I am looking for is a general setup criteria that would eliminate this > behavior so that [EMAIL PROTECTED] would be rejected even though > otherdomain.com is hosted on the same server but has no username of biz. > > One thing I thought of would be to use strange local usernames and > then create virtual users that point to them. > > can anyone give me a suggestion on standard practice with this?
It depends on what smtp software you're using. What you describe sounds like the only way to do it with sendmail; I use postfix which supports it natively without jumping through hoops. (I also find postfix a lot easier to configure.) Jim Trigg -- Jim Trigg, Lord High Everything Else O- /"\ \ / ASCII RIBBON CAMPAIGN Hostmaster, Huie Kin family website X HELP CURE HTML MAIL Verger, All Saints Church - Sharon Chapel / \ To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-questions" in the body of the message