Hi Leo,

Would you mind sharing your full configuration file? Without this, I am
stuck on how to help you. I have done a lot with virtual users and domains
so I think I can help. You could also see Gilles Chehade's article,
It's very well written.


On Sun, Apr 5, 2020 at 8:25 AM Leo Unglaub <l...@unglaub.at> wrote:

> Hey,
> first of all i want to thank you all for your work on OpenSMTPD over all
> those years. It has powered my one domain very well over all those
> years. But now i have a problem with setting up virtual domains and users.
> My goal is the following. I have the following domains:
> > foo.com
> > bar.com
> With those domains i have the following email addresses:
> > us...@foo.com
> > us...@foo.com
> > us...@bar.com
> > us...@bar.com
> But all those users dont exist on my machine as real users. I just want
> to recieve emails for those accounts and process them via lmtp to
> dovecot. So my action basically looks like that:
> > action "local_lmtp_deliver" lmtp "/var/dovecot/lmtp"
> But when i trace the lookup from the smtpd i get the following:
> > b4e62ea90ed6c91d smtp connected address=local host=foo.com
> > lookup: match "local" as NETADDR in table static:<anyhost> -> true
> > lookup: match "foo.com" as DOMAIN in table static:<anydestination> ->
> true
> > rule #1 matched: match from any for any action local_lmtp_deliver
> > lookup: lookup "user1" as USERINFO in table getpwnam:<getpwnam> -> none
> > b4e62ea90ed6c91d smtp failed-command command="RCPT TO:<us...@foo.com> "
> result="550 Invalid recipient: <us...@foo.com>"
> > b4e62ea90ed6c91d smtp disconnected reason=disconnect
> > debug: control -> client: pipe closed
> > debug: clearing p=client, fd=11, pid=0
> For some reason the user1 part is still getting resolved as a real user
> on the system. I read on the man page and found the "user username"
> option for the action. I did the following:
> > action "local_lmtp_deliver" lmtp "/var/dovecot/lmtp" rcpt-to user
> "dovecot-worker"
> dovecot-worker is the account used by dovecot to handle all the email
> storage in /var/vmail. But i get the same error.
> So i guess i am doing it all wrong. Could someone please be so kind and
> give me a hint in the right direction how the virtual user stuff is
> working in OpenSMTPD. Because i think i am lost here. I am doing
> something completely wrong.
> I am on the latest OpenBSD release (including all syspatch).
> Thanks so much!
> Greetings
> Leo

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