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From: /dev/rob0 (rob0gmx.co.uk)
Date: Tue May 20 2008 - 11:15:42 CDT
On Tue May 20 2008 10:50:31 Mark O'Dell wrote:
> I have searched but can't find this anywhere, is there a command that
> will return the maildir(s) that a given address will deliver to?
That depends entirely on the delivery agent in use. Postfix delivery
agents local(8) and virtual(8) are different. For non-Postfix delivery
agents, see the documentation therefor.
Since you said "MySQL" I'll guess you might be using virtual(8). The
combined output of "postconf -h virtual_mailbox_base" and "postmap -q
userexample.com mysql:/path/to/your/virtual_mailbox_maps/query" would
> I have a folder with thousands of emails (it's a journal from another
> server) in it and I want to distribute them to the appropriate
> maildir based on the intended recipients. I have pretty much written
How did you determine the intended recipient?
> a PHP script that queries MySQL and find this information, but it
> seems to be a bit inefficient when Postfix already has the ability
> and is presumably faster than my PHP.
I wouldn't think so, at least not in any significant way.
> At the same time, possibly off topic, is there a better way of
> writing this email to the new maildir than using PHP?
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