How does the forward play in the rule you have showed me? I need to forward all mail of non existing users and deliver mail for existing users. Thanks for your time..
Remo -----Original Message----- From: Jeremy Kitchen [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Monday, September 27, 2004 7:41 PM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [vchkpw] suggestions on vpopmail forward On Monday 27 September 2004 05:46 pm, Rick Macdougall wrote: > > or perhaps: > > |/home/vpopmail/bin/vdelivermail '' "$DEFAULT"@int.example.net > > If the forward program just forwards to that address regardless, then > that would work too :) > > I made an assumption that the forward program read some sort of alias > file and if the address listed was in there it forwarded to some place > and defaulted to the other address if there was no alias for that > address. If that makes any sense at all. You're thinking djb's fastforward package.  The 'forward' program in this case is the one that is shipped with qmail, which has exactly the same function as using a & delivery instruction, except that it takes its forwarding address(es) on the command line, and can therefore be scripted. fastforward could do what he wants, however, he'd have to maintain two sets of users.. and.. ugh.. it's just easier just to give this line a try: > > |/home/vpopmail/bin/vdelivermail '' "$DEFAULT"@int.example.net -Jeremy  http://cr.yp.to/fastforward.html -- Jeremy Kitchen ++ Systems Administrator ++ Inter7 Internet Technologies, Inc. [EMAIL PROTECTED] ++ www.inter7.com ++ 866.528.3530 ++ 815.776.9465 int'l kitchen @ #qmail #gentoo on EFnet ++ scriptkitchen.com/qmail GnuPG Key ID: 481BF7E2 ++ scriptkitchen.com/kitchen.asc