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Linux email forward for multiple domains

Posted on 2008-10-14
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Hi,

We have about 100 domains and need to setup an e-mail server for them to forward e-mail onto an account.

Would it be possible to set up an e-mail server on Linux FetchMail to accept emails for i.e:

david@* --> david@example.com



Regards,

Daniel.
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yes use postfix and webmin for easy administration
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Rather than using fatchmail it would be better to set up the server with a mail server like postfix.
Then add DNS mx records for all the server names to point to this server.
All of the mail will then be dropped off here.
You can then use the aliases in postfix to process it and sent it to one account.
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