Re: Virtual domains & Virtual Users...

2019-11-23 Thread gilles
November 23, 2019 5:08 PM, "Implausibility" wrote: > Hi again. > > My mail server has been running fine since last weekend, and I'm trying to > expand its functionality > by including the ability to send and receive mail for my list of domains, and > for eMail addresses > which forward to

Virtual domains & Virtual Users...

2019-11-23 Thread Implausibility
Hi again. My mail server has been running fine since last weekend, and I'm trying to expand its functionality by including the ability to send and receive mail for my list of domains, and for eMail addresses which forward to locally defined users -- but I can't seem to get it working, and I

Re: Virtual domains & Virtual Users...

2019-11-23 Thread Andrew Swartz
As a proof of concept, I have a setup doing that which I think you are trying to do: --- table vdomains     file:/etc/mail/table_vmail_domains table vaddr     file:/etc/mail/table_vmail_addresses table vmailstub { '@' = vmail } listen on em0 action "deliver_vmail" maildir

Re: Virtual domains & Virtual Users...

2019-11-23 Thread Andrew Swartz
Where I said  "user virtual" I meant "user vmail".   I've not had enough coffee yet. On 11/23/2019 9:23 AM, Andrew Swartz wrote: > As a proof of concept, I have a setup doing that which I think you are > trying to do: > > --- > table vdomains    

Re: Virtual domains & Virtual Users...

2019-11-23 Thread Implausibility
>> In order to get virtual users working, I've added three lines to the config: >> >>> table vusers file:/etc/mail/vusers >>> action "vusers" maildir junk virtual >>> match from any for domain rcpt-to virtual action "vusers" > > your match rule is not correct, I'm not sure what you want to

Re: Virtual domains & Virtual Users...

2019-11-23 Thread Implausibility
With some help from Andrew off-list, he provided a config that works for what I'm trying to do. It's attached below. Hopefully all you'd need to do to duplicate my success is search-and-replace example.com for your own primary (FQDN) mail server domain name (as long as it's called