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From: Robert L Mathews (liststigertech.com)
Date: Thu Apr 05 2001 - 14:29:17 CDT
At 4/5/01 10:03 AM, Wietse Venema wrote:
>> I see. Do you know of any way in which to combine virtual mailboxes
>> and a "catch all" method that would get me what I am looking for?
>No. If I knew a good solution then I would already have shared it.
Maybe I'm misunderstanding the question, but wouldn't this help (from
another message by Wietse last week):
>It is theoretically possible to use virtual mappings to pass
>existing users and to capture the rest with one account, but
>that is very ugly.
> foovirtual.domain /what/ever/foo
> barvirtual.domain /what/ever/bar
> foovirtual.domain foovirtual.domain
> barvirtual.domain barvirtual.domain
> virtual.domain foovirtual.domain
That is, in the virtual table you can force any addresses to be ignored
by the "catch all" address by making the ignored addresses map to
themselves. Then those ignored addresses can be processed directly by
your virtual mailbox system.
It may well be ugly, but with automated methods of generating the maps
from one central location it's certainly a tolerable solution -- you can
maintain just one file and use some perl scripts to hide all the details.
-- Robert L Mathews, Tiger Technologies
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