Conall O'Brien <conall at conall.net> 88 lines of wisdom included:
> After digging around postfix.org and google a little bit, I know I want
> to implement virtual mappings and aliases for the first item on my list.
> Problem is, after following these instructions , and adding these
> lines to my main.cf:
>> virtual_mailbox_domains = a.example.net, b.example.net
> virtual_mailbox_maps = hash:/etc/postfix/virtual/mailboxes
> virtual_alias_maps = hash:/etc/postfix/virtual/maps
Ordinarily, you're going to want to set more than that including:
This is the specific part of the document you want:
assuming you're trying to use domains with non-UNIX accounts.
Make sure you're using a relatively up-to-date Postfix (2.0+). Use
``postconf -d mail_version'' to get the version.
> Postfix won't accept any mail (citing error 554 - relay access denied),
> even to $mydestination DNS records. maps is an empty file, mailboxes
> is simply a catch-all setup for a.example.net and b.example.net
You need to start looking at your maillog (or mail.log) file in
> My other, more trivial question is regarding mailbox extensions. On my
> Red Hat box and numerous Debian boxes, I've set
>> $mailbox_delimiter = +
The parameter in question is
no '$' and replace 'mailbox' with 'recipient'.
# postconf -n | grep delimiter
recipient_delimiter = +
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