-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 You could always trying add this to your .qmail-default file: |forward "$LOCAL"@newdomain.com
this would forward all unknown messages that don't match your local user database to another domain where hopefully the user would match. - -Myron > Hello, > > > > I am running qmail 1.03, vpopmail 5.4.5, qmailadmin 1.2.0, squirrelmail > 1.4.2, clamv 0.74, courier IMAP 3.0.5, spamassisn 2.63 on my Red Hat Linux > 7.3 box, I have hosted two email domains virtually using vpopmail 5.4.5 > > > > I have four office in different countries. > > > > I want to know how can I forward emails to internet for users on my domain > that do not exist locally, as in vpopmail I have only the option for this > is > "set catch all to remote email address", "delete email", "bounce back", if > I > get the option to forward mails for remote users of my local domain to > some > SMTP server or to internet then my problem will be resolved. > > > > I m sure this is possible as I am running the same scenario in windows > mail > server, can someone tell me how can I do this in vpopmail. > > > > > > > > Asim Ansari > Sr. Network Administrator > i2c inc > Office 92.42.111.000.911 > Cell 92.333.442.6002 > IM (MSN) [EMAIL PROTECTED] > Fax 92.42.571.0376 > mailto: <mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]> [EMAIL PROTECTED] > > URL: <http://www.i2cinc.com/> www.i2cinc.com > > > > -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1.2.5 (GNU/Linux) iD8DBQFBN0l0ifbfg5b2FvURApTqAKDSWvlDGe7Sc5EAVFJJtUi13Jk9CgCgnwV5 nxsv/0461gJNFbgvn9jaw0w= =QOrq -----END PGP SIGNATURE----- Random Thought: --------------- You can't go home again, unless you set $HOME.