To deliver messages to several accounts you should use lists. Alias is just one to one, as it is, an alias for an account.
On Tue Jun 18 09:33:15 2013 U.Mutlu <um4...@mutluit.com> wrote: > I think I found a bug relating account aliases: > > Adding an alias > "aliasadd"[TAB]"domain"[TAB]"alias"[TAB]"account"<CR><LF> > > Deleting an alias > "aliasdel"[TAB]"domain"[TAB]"alias"<CR><LF> > > (BTW: I wonder why the [TAB] stuff is stated in the above syntax since > that is a command, not a cfg file; that's at least confusing in the doc.) > > The aliasadd syntax indicates that one can add an alias on a per account > basis. But trying to add the same alias to different accounts fails. > > Also, the aliasdel syntax lacks the corrosponding "account" parameter, > isn't it? > > I would expect that every account be able to use his own aliases > independent of what other accounts have used. > But somehow there seems to be a bug, or maybe a design/api bug? > > Would be nice if a new version came out including these issues... > _______________________________________________ > xmail mailing list > email@example.com > http://xmailserver.org/mailman/listinfo/xmail
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