On Tue, 2004-07-27 at 22:11, Philip Reynolds wrote:
> Although you may think this is more of a pain in the ass, you are
> probably better off using relay_recipient_maps and having the list
> of valid addresses your Exchange server will accept.
>> Invalid recipients can be stopped at the SMTP level, without being
> blindly accepted by your Postfix gateway, passed through amavis,
> forwarded to Exchange and then bounced.
>> It's possible to extract the users out from the Exchange machine
> with a simple bit of PERL as far as I know.
I was actually just looking into doing this a day or two ago, but
haven't actually tried it yet. In my googling I came across this
Its not so useful if you can't do anything on the exchange box, but it
may be useful to someone.
John Reilly <jr at inconspicuous.org>
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