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Postfix Problems recognizing email address

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Hello, I recently upgraded to a new server with very similar configuration (ReHat 6, Plesk 12) from old server (RedHat 5 Plesk 11.5).

Problem: Now Postfix  sends email to address formatted like name@website.com, but doesn't send emails from scripts using something like {Email:value} or [request_email] .

Could somebody please help me with this? I have been trying to figure this out since Sunday.

Thanks,

Jorge
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Check the mynetworks is pointing to the localhost
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Fantastic, resolved problem immediately.

Thanks Gary
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