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Old 4th May 2011, 11:05
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Question Question relating to iRedMail-0.7.0

I have actually 2 questions about the above system.

Is there anyway of setting up say webmaster as part of a domain, then getting it to relay emails to say admin@mydomain.com?

I mean being that webmaster@mydomain.com going to admin@mydomain.com's mailbox, an alias basically, is there anyway of doing this now, as I was able to previously, just in the new version you cannot do this through the admin webpage as it would seem.

Also I have this annoying problem, well it's in the defaults I know that all roots mail gets sent to www@mydomain.com.

I removed this out of the /etc/postfix/aliases file, but now its bringing up the following error:

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May 4 08:56:42 server postfix/pickup[8064]: 5FBB43A64A4: uid=0 from=<root@server.hsmedia.co.uk>
May 4 08:56:42 server postfix/cleanup[8789]: 5FBB43A64A4: message-id=<1304495802.8780@server.hsmedia.co.uk>
May 4 08:56:42 server postfix/qmgr[29737]: 5FBB43A64A4: from=<root@server.hsmedia.co.uk>, size=595, nrcpt=1 (queue active)
May 4 08:56:42 server postfix/smtp[8804]: 5FBB43A64A4: to=<root@localhost.hsmedia.co>, relay=smtp.virgin.net[62.254.26.209]:25, delay=0.47, delays=0.23/0.06/0.15/0.03, dsn=2.0.0, status=sent (250 OK id=1QHWwg-0007Ec-7l)
May 4 08:56:42 server postfix/qmgr[29737]: 5FBB43A64A4: removed
Is there anyway of getting roots mail to be sent to the default location for the system mail at all?

I would appreciate any replies,
Jeremy.
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Old 5th May 2011, 11:04
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Does anyone have an answer to this please?
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Is there anyway of getting roots mail to be sent to the default location for the system mail at all?
You could create a
Code:
root: postmaster
alias in /etc/aliases. Don't forget to run
Code:
newaliases
afterwards and restart Postfix.
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