On Friday 21 October 2005 02:21 pm, hbeaumont hbeaumont wrote:
> I am trying to set the catch-all to a local users shell mail
> Setting it with either :
> | /home/vpopmail/bin/vdelivermail '' [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> or
> &[EMAIL PROTECTED] <http://server.com>
> correctly forwards the mail.
> However I need it to keep all the headers in tact for the original virtual
> domain.

I'm not sure what you have the "<http://server.com>" part in there for.. but 
the headers will remain the same (with the addition of a few new received 
headers and another deliver-to with either of these methods.

Could you please provide us *real* information including an example of the 
headers of an email?

Also, for future reference, if you're going to hide your domain name, please 
use example.com, example.net or example.org, these domains are RFC defined 
for use as 'dummy' domains.  I'm sure the person who owns the mailbox 
real_user_name <at> server.com would appreciate it.


Jeremy Kitchen ++ [EMAIL PROTECTED]

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