On Wed, 09 Jan 2002 14:19:15 +0100, Benjamin Constant wrote:
I think you can not use the @ sign in virtual adresses for portability
purposes (some client mua are not able to work with account@domain for
the login field)
but i think this is not a problem with courier, but with some user
clients. i made the test with a telnet client...
It also means that you can not have more than one alias for all the
domain you are hosting -> e.g. test@somedomain can not exists if
are you sure?
What you should try todo if you want aliases trough multiple domains is
to use a virtusertable with you smtp server to redirect aliases to
distinct courier users ; )
Rewrite your virtual accounts and try to log without the @ sign !
i had success with virtual userdb users and pop3. delivery works
sorry i wanted to write:
i had no success... :)
without a problem, but i cannot fetch mails with pop3. i don't know
what i should do now, i read the manpages an html docs, but cannot find
a solution. is there a searchable mailing list archive?
# userdb -show te...@mydomain.de
# telnet localhost pop3
Connected to localhost.
Escape character is '^]'.
+OK Hello there.
+OK Password required.
[here it waits 5 seconds]
-ERR Login failed.
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