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Zedix 9th January 2006 00:29

Where does ISPConfig store mail forwarding
 
Hey,
Quick question: Where does ISPConfig store the mail forwarding configuration? Let's say you create 2 mail accounts, and you forward one to the other, where does ISPConfig write the config? I looked in /etc/aliases where it usually is but its not there. /etc/postfix/virtusertable contains the list of email addresses maped to users, but the forwarding isn't there either.

Thanks for your help!

falko 9th January 2006 10:26

ISPConfig uses procmail recipes for the mail forwarding. In each user's homedir there's a .procmailrc file which includes other recipes. Have a look at these files.

Zedix 10th January 2006 15:20

Thanks falko, that's exactly what I needed!


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