From: Sean McGrath (sean at domain binky.net)
Date: Thu 16 Sep 1999 - 12:52:24 IST
Kenn Humborg wrote:
> > --virtusertable--
> > joe at domain domain.com sean
> > jane at domain domain.com jdoe at domain otherhost.com
> > at domain domain.com root
> > --end file--
> > (then made with makemap dbm virtusertable < virtusertable)
> > Instead it goes of translating, it goes and tries
> > to resolve the domain (domain.com, am testing here).
> DNS lookups happen in rule set 96 which is part of rule
> set 3 (Name canonicalization). I'm not sure, but I imagine
> that virtusertable isn't looked up until rule set 0 (mailer
yup and gets it (see below)
> Try using a valid domain name on the LHS of the table
> entries. It's not likely that you want to accept invalid
> domain names anyway, is it?
I swaped the valid ones, as I'm doing work for someone else here
and don't really want to publisize the name(s) as yet,me thinks.
> Even with invalid DNS domains, the DNS lookup should
> fail and the address will be left as-is. It just might take a while
> for the DNS lookup to complete. Be patient.
> Are you using -bt to try this stuff out?
yup, that and have tried -bd (abiet on a different port)
And using the expn command have found that it does work.
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