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From: JOHN ROMAN (ciceroinsightbb.com)
Date: Sat May 17 2008 - 16:30:22 CDT
if sender_canonical is called only by cleanup, this map is to my knowledge inapplicable?
then again, if mail is received from a client it will naturally be found in 'incoming' and handled by cleanup.
when resent, it should be rewriten, correct?
----- Original Message -----
From: Joe Sloan <joetmsusa.com>
Date: Saturday, May 17, 2008 5:23 pm
Subject: Re: can postfix break RFC for me a little?
> JOHN ROMAN wrote:
> > hi all,
> > im a new user, so ill start by saying im a huge fan of Wietse's
> mailer! I affectionately refer to it as the "sendmail coffin nail"
> as ive replaced plenty of installations with a shiny new postfix.
> > but im faced with a bit of a challenge in my current job. can
> postfix break RFC and rewrite the sender address on an email as it
> goes outbound to the internet?
> > to elaborate:
> > I work for a division of a company that is 'research and
> development' and should not be visible to the outside world. that
> having been said our users send mail to the outside world from
> their r&d accounts routinely and our ancient sendmail will rewite
> gladly the addresses. the idea is to route normally, with no
> rewrites, everything under our FQDN. however, if we get a message
> going to the internet, we need to rewrite it (example:
> R&D.corporation.com needs to become corporation.com)
> > i thought about canonical senders but thats only called on
> There are a number of ways postfix can rewrite addresses on
> masquerade_domains -
> sender_canonical -
> generic_maps -