Topic: Catchall with LDAP / Outbound Amavis check
I now have 0.6.0-rc1 running on Debian SID, with all the latest versions of IMAP, SMTP, ...
Sending/receiving mails, all working.
I'm using the LDAP backend, and tried to setup a catchall Alias.
Have it now working, but without LDAP support, via a Portmap file, added to the virtual_mailbox.
I tried to add a shadowAddress in LDAP like @domain.tld, which seems to work for Postfix.
But in the end, dovecot was not happy, as it couldn't find that eMail in LDAP.
Is there a solution already available for a catchall Alias, using LDAP?
Thanks in advance,
Ok, was not working as expected.
For some reason everything was delivered to the catchall Mailbox, so removed the Portmap for now.
Still looking for a solution to get it working with LDAP though.
And during my further testing, I found another unusual behavior.
When sending Mails via Webmail or from Shell, they are not passed through Amavis, but delivered straight to the eMail address.
Haven't tested from Outside yet, but I checked against my old Setup (0.6.0-beta3 on Lenny), and there they are parsed through Amavis first.
Checked the Postfix/Amavis config files, and they both look identical.
Maybe someone can help me with this?
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