1. If we have, say animalshop.tld and animalshopping.tld set up because we want to ensure people finding our shop, and then want to set up a mailaccount which works for both the domains - is this what domain alias is use for?
Because, what I normally whould do was to set up say firstname.lastname@example.org
as the "Mailbox" to use, and then set up a "Email Forward" from email@example.com
2. Setting the "Email Domain" with SpamFilter "Normal" - will be a standard setting for all mailboxes for this domain. So if you set "SpamFilter" in "Email Domain" you do not need to set "spamFilter" in the mailbox unless you want an other setting. Is this correct?
3. Regarding "Domain Alias" Is this a bug? If we setup a "Email Domain" animalshop.tld and animalshopping.tld and then a "Domain Alias" from animalshop.tld --> animalshopping.tld. Then we create the "Mailbox firstname.lastname@example.org
.. If someone sends a mail to email@example.com
(has no mailbox-only domain alias) it will arrive at firstname.lastname@example.org
as it should!!
But, if we then make the email@example.com
a "Email Catchall" shouldn't the mail to hullahop@animalshopping arrive at firstname.lastname@example.org
??? If not, shouldn't we be able to create the "Email Catchall" animalshopping.tld --> email@example.com
The error message when sending a mail firstname.lastname@example.org
which via "Alias Domain" and "Catchall" should arrive at email@example.com
Final-Recipient: rfc822; firstname.lastname@example.org
Diagnostic-Code: X-Postfix; Host or domain name not found. Name service error
for name=animalshop.tld type=AAAA: Host not found
Is the solution to setup mailboxes for both domains and forget all about "Domain Alias" ??? Or is there someone who has the solution.. If I am very qurious about knowing this
Thanks in advance