Virtual Domains and aliases.

Oliver Jones oliver at
Fri Jan 9 23:15:05 EST 2004

> would do what you want. Since mailLocalAddress is not a single-value
> in
> LDAP, you can send as many "aliases" as you want to the
> mailRoutingAddress. It works fine for my installation with Cyrus IMAP
> and Virtual Domains.

OK.  Thanks for the info.  I'll do more research into it and see if I
can get it to work.

> As far as sending the full address (with the @domain), you will find a
> line in the cyrus mailer in that reads:
> S=3DEnvFromSMTP/HdrFromSMTP, R=3DEnvToSMTP/HdrToSMTP, E=3D\r\n,
> simply changing it to:
> S=3DEnvFromSMTP/HdrFromSMTP, R=3DEnvToSMTP, E=3D\r\n,
> should take care of that. There are instructions in the archives for
> this also.

Hmm.  Well I have the following mailer definition in my

Mcyrusv2,       P=[IPC], F=lsDFMnqA5@/:|SmXz, E=\r\n,
                S=EnvFromSMTP/HdrFromSMTP, R=EnvToSMTP,
                A=FILE /usr/local/cyrus/var/lib/imap/socket/lmtp

...and it does not appear to supply the user1 at address to
lmtpd.  Or at least when I was trying to run with confLOCAL_MAILER set
to cyrusv2 lmptd was complaining about not finding the mailbox
user.user1 when mail was sent to user1 at  Which suggested to me
that it was dropping the part.


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