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From: Wietse Venema (wietseporcupine.org)
Date: Fri May 09 2008 - 19:20:00 CDT
> I am trying to setup an email archiving solution and trying to use recipient_bcc_map and sender_bcc_map. The sender_bcc_map works just fine and forwards the mail to the address specified. The recipient_bcc_map doesn't do anything. Both maps look identical:
> mydomain.com local_user
> There aren't any errors or warnings as mail goes thru either. I have seen this http://www.arschkrebs.de/postfix/postfix_archive.shtml and it looks like what I am trying should do the same thing since (with what has worked so far) what I am trying above retains the envelope header. So should I ditch the way I am trying to do it or just go with Ralf's method? Thanks in advanced for any help.
> I am doing this on a test server and using a very basic config file.
1) Be sure to examine "postconf -n" output. Sometimes people make
subtle formatting errors, causing Postfix to read something else
that what you believe you entered.
2) Do verify that
postmap -q mydomain.com hash:/etc/postfix/mumble_bcc_map
produces the expected result.