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Foreward mail to an other E-Mail account using Postfix

Posted on 2011-09-22
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Hi,

I need to config some dotzend domains for a postmaster mail account.
As I think there maybe use of this account about once a year I don't like to confige each mail account for an own maildir.
What I like to do is the following:
My main account is on our local exchange server.
On a linux server is postfix installed
I like to config postfix to redirect any mail for postmaster@d1.tld, postmaster@d2.tld, postmaster@d3.tld ... to my account myaccountonexchangeserver@domain.tld

How can I configure this?
There's no need for a local copy or what ever on the postfix server just the forewar is needed ...

Thanks

Andre
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Why not use the alias table for that?
http://www.postfix.org/DATABASE_README.html


How is your postfix integrated with the exchange?
Is your postfix system tied into the AD via LDAP?
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by:andre72
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Postfix is not integrated within exchange (till now I hadn't know taht this is possible ...:-) ).
I'll have a look at the URL you send, thanks
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by:andre72
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I see, my explaining was bad ...
Right, the second mail server is exchange but that doesn't matter ans they're not connected to each other.
I just want postfix foreward a couple of mails ...
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Many good hints at this URL - thanks!
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