Thanx for the suggestion, but this doesn't seem to work in my case, since I have Maildir mailbox'es.
The question I have with fetchmail is, I have a multidrop pop account, which I download via fetchmail. This account can take <any-email-address>@domain, and this is where the problem lies. I want to be able to filter say <pete>@domain, and forward that to the user Pete. And this is where I got stuck

Kind RegardsRudi AhlersTradeleads IT Director 27 (80( 926 1689

------- Original Message --------
From: "Peter Palmreuther" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Subject: Re: [vchkpw] maildrop account on Virtual Domains
Date: 23/07/03 01:07

Hi Rudi,

On Wed, 23 Jul 2003 12:47:59 Rudi wrote:

> Hi
> Can someone please tell me howto do this? If I have a domain, with one main
> account, and 10 mailboxes, how do I tell it that everything except for the
> 10 mailboxes must goto the main account?

Change '~vpopmail/domains//.qmail-default' with a text editor
from "|/path/to/vdelivermail '' bounce-no-mailbox" to
"|/path/to/vdelivermail '' /Full/path/to/a/vpopmail/user/directory",

"|/home/vpopmail/bin/vdelivermail ''

> And then, how would this setup work if I had fetchmail running as well?

??? Fetchmail injects to MTA and MTA decides how to deliver.
Above setup tells MTA (qmail) and MDA (vpopmail) what to do, what should
fetchmail have to know about this catch-all?

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