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#1 Wassim

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Posted 20 August 2010 - 05:23 AM

Hello Guys,

I hope someone cal help me in this issue, i have Sun One Messaging Server up and running, and i also have a mailing list sales@mydomain.com that only accepts internal emails (from my domain only)
I did that by adding a mapping rule tcp_local|*|*|sales@mydomain.com $N
this will deny any external emails to reach the sales mailing list.

Now instead of those external emails destined to sales@mydomain.com be discarded and deleted, i want to route them to another mailbox, in a way that sales@mydomain.com don't receive those external emails, and at the same time the external emails sent to sales will be routed to another email.

can anyone help in that?

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Posted 20 August 2010 - 11:17 AM

I would suggest talking to the developers of the Sun One Messaging Server and your specific mailing server on how to do this properly.

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Posted 22 October 2010 - 01:58 PM

The $N at the end of the rule is telling the server what to do with emails that match the first part of the rule. In this case $N equates to false so it is refusing them. I suggest you change $N to the address you want the emails forwarded too.
tcp_local|*|*|sales@mydomain.com ignoreCustomers@mydomain.com




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