In order to accept the mail, the domains in question should exist in:
Then the domains should also exist in
Which should also be compiled to a cdb
(check that the two have similar information)
Then you should check that ~vpopmail/bin/vdominfo shows appropriate
Should the domain exist in /v/q/c/smtproutes then the delivery will not
be treated as local and the mail will be sent to the next hop.
No, if the domain is in /v/q/c/virtualdomains then the smtproutes file
will not be looked at.