cyrus-2.2-cvs: virtualdomains and sendmail virtusertable (cyrusv2 as local mailer)

Joe Rhett jrhett at
Tue Dec 17 15:32:21 EST 2002

Don't put the domains in $w, use mailertable and _VIRTUSER_NO_RECURSE_ or
whatever the option name is.

On Mon, Dec 16, 2002 at 09:32:20AM +0100, Christian Schulte wrote:
> Hi,
> after changing the local mailer in my from cyrus to cyrusv2 
> I cannot get sendmail to correctly deliver the domain-part of 
> local-adresses to cyrusv2-lmtpd! Before, I had the cyrusv2-mailer set in 
> /etc/mail/mailertable but that way , I was not able to route my email as 
> I need to and as I do in /etc/mail/virtusertable. Ecspacially 
> catchall-accounts for domains which have more than one email-account in 
> cyrus are not possible with the mailertable approach.
> I have all my local domains in /etc/mail/local-host-names and do (want 
> to do) all email routing in /etc/mail/virtusertable like before.
> If I specify a final recipient (cyrus-account) in virtusertable as:
>	account at
> where an account like user/account at exists, sendmail 
> recognizes in /etc/mail/local-host-names as a local 
> domain and will strip the original from the recipient 
> replacing it with the localhost hostname. All domains defined in 
> /etc/mail/local-host-names will be recognized in virtusertable but the 
> local delivery will only go to the user at localhostname!
> Where can I change sendmail to not do that ? How do I tell sendmail to 
> never change the local-domain to the local hostname on succesfully 
> recognized /etc/mail/local-host-names domains ?
> --Christian--

Joe Rhett                                                      Chief Geek
JRhett at ISite.Net                                      ISite Services, Inc.

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