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Old 16th January 2014, 16:42
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Default Mailrouting to other domain

In my old postfix configuration I could route *@domain.de to *@domain.net
via the postfix command recipient_canonical_maps.

I can't find an similar configuration in ISPconfig.
is it possible or to I have to to do it manualy via main.cf

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Old 16th January 2014, 16:44
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The function is named domain alias, you find it in the email module.
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Default Additional question

First thank you for quick response
So under domain alias it have source domain.de and destination domain.net

Do I still hve to enter something at email routing and relay recipients

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Old 16th January 2014, 17:19
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Do I still hve to enter something at email routing and relay recipients
no. email routing is not required for that function.
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Default seems not to work

Again may mailserver should recive mails for *@domain.de (MX of doamin.de) points to my mailserver. All mails should be routed to external domain.net with own MX pointing to another server.

Renaming seems ok as in the log the domain ist now domain.net but I still get unknown user. telnet to domain.net 25 accepts message to the user.
i.e. sendung mail via from my mailservers console to someuser@domain.net it is accepted. Sending mails from i.e. gmx.com to someuser@domain.de my amilserver log says someuser@domain.net unknown user.

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Ok, thats something different. you did not mention that you want to forward email to a different mailserver.

Forwarding mail to other servers is done with postfix transports, and that the email routing functon in ispconfig.

1) Add the domain to mail routing.
2) add the domain under relay recipienst like this: "@domain.tld"
3) ensure that the domain does not exist in the email domain list.
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