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From: Vince Sabio (vincevjs.org)
Date: Tue Aug 26 2008 - 08:51:27 CDT
I have an 'old' alias file in /etc/aliases (linked to
/etc/mail/aliases) that seems to be working fine; I haven't changed
it in years. Since that time, I have upgraded to postfix 2.5.1.
This morning, I added a new entry to the alias table, and ran
newaliases without error. I also did a "postfix reload". But the
alias is not being recognized; mail sent to the alias (from the
localhost) goes to the dead.letter file.
I have the following entry in my main.cf:
alias_maps = hash:/etc/aliases
Note: There is a "default" aliases file in /usr/local/etc/postfix/
which seems to have been installed with 2.5.1, but newaliases appears
to be using the one in /etc/ (based on how postfix is routing mail).
Is there any way to check which alias file is being used?
Vince Sabio vincevjs.org