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From: James Lever (jjamver.id.au)
Date: Thu Apr 08 2010 - 16:05:33 CDT
On 09/04/2010, at 12:08 AM, Victor Duchovni wrote:
> Seems to me that $myorigin = $mydomain achieves the result more cleanly.
> Mail for root can be handled via virtual(5) and generic(5).
Thatís a fair point, but this is a much simpler and cleaner (configuration management-wise) solution. I think $myorigin = $mydomain still doesnít handle the case where you send mail to $local$myhostname without the use of masquerading?
>> in /etc/postfix/virtual have an entry similar to this
>> /(.*)/ $1somedomain.com
>> Hopefully that?s the right way to do the second one.
> This looks fragile.
Yeah, I went back to using masquerade_classes as it was a significantly tidier approach. If I did ever have need to go down the virtual approach, Iíd probably have write some decent regexp to cover my behind.