> On 15. Jun 2020, at 15:10, Slavik Svyrydiuk <sla...@svyrydiuk.eu> wrote:
> 
>> In /etc/mail/aliases I used to say 
>>  root: sys...@example.com <mailto:sys...@example.com>
> 
> Your /etc/aliases must look like:
> 
> root: sys...@example.com

And that’s what I used if you read my mail correctly.

> From man page:
> 
>     user-part@domain-part
>             An email address in RFC 5322 format.  If an address extension is
>             appended to the user-part, it is first compared for an exact
>             match.  It is then stripped so that an address such as
>             user+...@example.com will only use the part that precedes `+' as
>             a key.
> 
> 
> On Mon, 15 Jun 2020 13:43:11 +0200
> Tony Boston <tboston@bsd.services> wrote:
> 
>> Hi,
>> 
>> I have an issue with forwarding mails which belong to the local root user.
>> I never had that and it seems something changed in opensmtpd?
>> 
>> In /etc/mail/aliases I used to say 
>>  root: sys...@example.com <mailto:sys...@example.com>
>> 
>> This always worked but stopped working and the following error pops up in 
>> the logs:
>> smtp failed-command command="RCPT TO:<sys...@example.com> ORCPT=rfc822;root" 
>> result="553 ORCPT address syntax error”
>> 
>> It actually does work when I try something like ‘echo Test | mail 
>> sys...@example.com’ BUT 'echo Test | mail root’ does not
>> 
>> Am I missing something?
>> 
>> —
>> Tony
>> 
> 
> -- 
> with best regards,
> Slavik Svyrydiuk
> 


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