Thanks for your email Davis,
But the problem is, I don't have any other domain, users that are not local
on my local qmail server have their own POP accounts for the domain on MX
server for this domain which is hosted at our data center in US. Look at the
[EMAIL PROTECTED] Local POP User on my local qmail server with
[EMAIL PROTECTED] Remote POP User on MX server for this domain
located at US data center
I want that when [EMAIL PROTECTED] sends email to [EMAIL PROTECTED] then
this mail should be forwarded to the internet so that it can be reached at
the MX server for the domain mydomain.com where [EMAIL PROTECTED] has a POP
Thanks in advanced for your guidance.
Sr. Network Administrator
IM (MSN) [EMAIL PROTECTED]
mailto: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
From: Myron Davis [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: Thursday, September 02, 2004 9:25 PM
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Cc: 'kareem BiLAL'
Subject: Re: [vchkpw] forward emails to remote users for local domain
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You could always trying add this to your .qmail-default file:
this would forward all unknown messages that don't match your local user
database to another domain where hopefully the user would match.
> 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
> "set catch all to remote email address", "delete email", "bounce back", if
> get the option to forward mails for remote users of my local domain to
> 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
> 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
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