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Old 22nd November 2006, 16:06
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Is there maybe a forwarding from support to a10 and then from a10 to support?

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Old 24th November 2006, 10:57
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The account a10 is made only for test, because this is the only computer which I don't change permanent. For this account doesn't exist any forwarding. For user "support" IMHO also. I have checked all database configuration files in /etc/postfix. /etc/aliases is also by default. In what files can this loop "be configured"?
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You can search for the string "support" in all the files on your system like this:
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cd /
grep -R support *
Maybe you find the file where it is configured.
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Old 26th November 2006, 11:40
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You can search for the string "support" in all the files on your system like this:
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cd /
grep -R support *
Maybe you find the file where it is configured.
Alas! Coudn't find anything. More ideas?
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Old 27th November 2006, 14:05
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Alas! Coudn't find anything.
Then there shouldn't be a mail loop...
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Then there shouldn't be a mail loop...
Unfortunately, there is one. And nobody can say where. Have you looked my log?
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Old 29th November 2006, 15:32
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Yes, I looked at your log.
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Does the file .forward exist in the /home/support directory?
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Does the file .forward exist in the /home/support directory?
No, it doesn't.
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Hey, I am facing the same problem with the mail forwarding loop. In my case the message is
The Postfix program

<user1@domain.com>: mail forwarding loop for user1@domain.com

The user1 has a .forward file in his home directory. Can this be a problem?
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