Hi Dale, > What do I need to do in order to send the failure notices to the postmaster of the > domain that the message is failing on. Right now all failures go to the default >domain.
That's not true. Failure messages go to the _sender_ of the message. In case of a _double_ bounce (= qmail couldn't deliver the bounce), a double bounce message is delivered to the system wide postmaster, which can be configured through /var/qmail/control/doublebounce(to|host). See the qmail documentation. > I want the failures for say virtualdomain1.com (ie: user is over quota) to go to the >postmaster of > virtualdomain1.com instead of [EMAIL PROTECTED] That's not possible without changing the vpopmail code. To give you a better understanding of the vpopmail system: qmail-local calls vdelivermail through .qmail-default. vdelivermail tries to find an account to deliver the mail to. If it works, it delivers the mail. If not, it exists with an error code. qmail-local sees that error code and sends back a bounce to the sender. It's simply that: Success means: success, failure means: bounce mail. Jonas