One of our clients has requested all incoming/outgoing emails to be copied to another account for use in any parent/teacher conflicts. Searching for a ways to do this, I came across the always_bcc option. This works, but not exactly too smooth. On my test box at home, I have a user named timmy, another named naughty. email@example.com has been used in the command: always_bcc = firstname.lastname@example.org So, if I send an email (subject "test") from a remote email site (ameritech) to email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org gets a surprise. His email box becomes instantly flooded with mailsize message, and a few "test" emails. Unless I issue a command to stop postfix, this email looping for "naughty" would probably go until the box runs out of diskspace. So, my question is, how do I properly use an always_bcc command to forward emails to another user on the same box and not run into an email forwarding loop.