On Mon, Oct 28, 2002 at 03:02:09PM +0000 or so it is rumoured hereabouts,
Philip Reynolds thought:
> Conor Daly's [conor.daly at oceanfree.net] 61 lines of wisdom included:
> > Now, this is applied _only_ to sender address. An identity mapped regexp
> > on @local.domain before is going to trigger on everything that triggers
> > the existing regexp so nothing will get rewritten yes? Postfix already
> > knows that local.domain is local (it's in $mydestination) so it shouldn't
> > need to rewrite but it seems to want to. I need something that will
> > trigger on @local.domain in the _recipient_ address and thence skip the
> > _sender_ rewrite.
>>> I'm unclear as to why you need recipient and sender canoncial maps?
> I think using plain old ``canoncial_maps'' will suffice, as you want
> the regexp to be applied to both recipient and sender.
I'm pretty unclear myself! It may be that I need only canonical_maps but
I'm learning postfix as I go. I'll test that shortly.
OTOH, I don't think that affects the problem at hand, replying to Gary's
Conor Daly <conor.daly at oceanfree.net>
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