Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by tom, Apr 29, 2008.
I don't understand how that can be happen and solved, a mail to admin if admin does'nt exist?
It just means that there is no mailbox for firstname.lastname@example.org, so you can not send a email to this account. If you want to receive emails for this account, create it.
Hm, I don't want recieve emails for it. I mean that email without an emailaccount should not be able to get in any queue and I don't understand why it does.
Then everything is fine.
That's funny ...
Ok, very seriously now.
This user does not exist and postfix shuld not accept a mail for a user which not exist. Is'nt it the goal?
Have a look in your aliases file, maybe you have an alias for webmaster in there. The aliases file is not managed by ISPConfig.
There is no alias file at all.
No /etc/aliases file?
Of cource /etc/aliaces is there but no postfix alias-table-file.
I suppose eben this problem has been solved be the change from sendmail to postfix style.
Have a great time, and thanks a lot for your help and ISPConfig!!!
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