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From: Joshua E Warchol (jwarcholdsl.net)
Date: Tue Apr 10 2001 - 12:52:20 CDT
I'm trying to setup a large mail cluster (I'm going
to email the list with how we I set this up once it's
finished). Almost everything is working. Two items
remain and I'm stuck trying to figure them out.
First, does anyone have advice about handling quotas for
thousands of non-system users? I know postfix does not
do quotas, I'm just looking for a pointer in the right
Second, how should I enable email forwarding addresses?
In a simple postfix setup (like I use at home) this is
done with /etc/postfix/virtual and a hash table translating
the email addresses into either local accounts or email
addresses that postfix should send the message on to.
In a large cluster however, the postfix local agent is not
used. We currently have the new virtual agent configured.
It works great, but does not seem to have any functionality
to support email forwarding.
We are currently pulling out of LDAP entries like bob%domain.com
as the uid, bobdomain.com as the mail, and /mnt/mail/d/o/domain.com/bob
as the maildir.
-- Joshua Warchol
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