Cyrus Handling Mailbox Delivery
p_negri at modiano.com
Wed Jan 5 05:46:50 EST 2005
There are many ways to get what you want.
In postfix there's the possibility to specify a transport table
elsewhere you can play with
default_transport and fallback_transport directives.
elsewhere you can play with virtual table.
Postfix is so well documented. So
1) trace a complete list of your situation and needs
2) search postfix docs to find appropriate ways to do things you need.
Christopher Pietrzykowski wrote:
> First, as to not offend anyone, I'd like to mention that this may be
> more of a postfix configuration issue but I figure at least a few of
> you have dealt enough with Postfix and Cyrus to understand my
> I would like to have both virtual and local users receiving mail.
> Which Postfix transport do Cyrus users use to accomplish this? Can I
> first let Postfix deliver the mail via Cyrus and then if Cyrus fails
> to find a mailbox it sends it via any "other" fallback in Cyrus? Or
> should I be defining "specifically" which transport to use by address
> in Postfix?
> So many questions... :P
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