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How to split messages per recipient with postfix.
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Glenn Steen
2006-06-15 17:28:35 UTC
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Behold ye unbelievers:
http://wiki.mailscanner.info/doku.php?id=documentation:configuration:mta:postfix:how_to:split_mails_per_recipient

Please do read through this, try it out, comment and flame away:-)

I finally had a few moments of time, and was anyway in the process of
setting up a new testbed ... A lot of you have simply not believed me
when I've said that this can easily be done with Postfix (well,
"easily" might be saying to much:-), so I thought I'd spend the extra
minutes on setting it up and testing it... and documenting it, as
well.

So Pete (Russell), no need to look further than the above link:-)

BTW, Jules... This means I finally have a testbed worth its salt...
Add me to your beta-testers.

Cheers
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2006-06-15 18:05:08 UTC
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Very cool, and very clear documentation aswell - well done :)
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Drew Marshall
2006-06-15 18:37:47 UTC
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Post by Glenn Steen
http://wiki.mailscanner.info/doku.php?id=documentation:configuration:mta:postfix:how_to:split_mails_per_recipient
Never a disbeliever, just like you no time to do it :-)
Post by Glenn Steen
Please do read through this, try it out, comment and flame away:-)
I finally had a few moments of time, and was anyway in the process of
setting up a new testbed ... A lot of you have simply not believed me
when I've said that this can easily be done with Postfix (well,
"easily" might be saying to much:-), so I thought I'd spend the extra
minutes on setting it up and testing it... and documenting it, as
well.
So Pete (Russell), no need to look further than the above link:-)
BTW, Jules... This means I finally have a testbed worth its salt...
Add me to your beta-testers.
Nice work Glenn. Good to see (IMHO) the Postfix docs still surpassing
those of anyother MTA in the wiki ;-)

Drew
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Glenn Steen
2006-06-15 19:20:47 UTC
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Post by Drew Marshall
Post by Glenn Steen
http://wiki.mailscanner.info/doku.php?id=documentation:configuration:mta:postfix:how_to:split_mails_per_recipient
Never a disbeliever, just like you no time to do it :-)
:-)
Post by Drew Marshall
Post by Glenn Steen
Please do read through this, try it out, comment and flame away:-)
I finally had a few moments of time, and was anyway in the process of
setting up a new testbed ... A lot of you have simply not believed me
when I've said that this can easily be done with Postfix (well,
"easily" might be saying to much:-), so I thought I'd spend the extra
minutes on setting it up and testing it... and documenting it, as
well.
So Pete (Russell), no need to look further than the above link:-)
BTW, Jules... This means I finally have a testbed worth its salt...
Add me to your beta-testers.
Nice work Glenn. Good to see (IMHO) the Postfix docs still surpassing
those of anyother MTA in the wiki ;-)
Thanks guys!
I was a bit wondering about the blurb in theMAQ... AFAICR, exim is
said to be able to do this, but the MAQ only detail Sendmail... and
(now) Postfix... I guess Martin (or someone) has a bit of typing to
do:-):-)
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Ken A
2006-06-15 22:12:58 UTC
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Post by Glenn Steen
Post by Glenn Steen
http://wiki.mailscanner.info/doku.php?id=documentation:configuration:mta:postfix:how_to:split_mails_per_recipient
Never a disbeliever, just like you no time to do it :-)
:-)
Post by Glenn Steen
Post by Glenn Steen
Please do read through this, try it out, comment and flame away:-)
I finally had a few moments of time, and was anyway in the process of
setting up a new testbed ... A lot of you have simply not believed me
when I've said that this can easily be done with Postfix (well,
"easily" might be saying to much:-), so I thought I'd spend the extra
minutes on setting it up and testing it... and documenting it, as
well.
So Pete (Russell), no need to look further than the above link:-)
BTW, Jules... This means I finally have a testbed worth its salt...
Add me to your beta-testers.
Nice work Glenn. Good to see (IMHO) the Postfix docs still surpassing
those of anyother MTA in the wiki ;-)
Thanks guys!
I was a bit wondering about the blurb in theMAQ... AFAICR, exim is
said to be able to do this, but the MAQ only detail Sendmail... and
(now) Postfix... I guess Martin (or someone) has a bit of typing to
do:-):-)
Awesome!
A bit of an MTA war is a good thing for documentation it seems!
Ken A
Pacific.Net
Matt Hampton
2006-06-16 00:57:40 UTC
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Post by Ken A
Post by Glenn Steen
Thanks guys!
I was a bit wondering about the blurb in theMAQ... AFAICR, exim is
said to be able to do this, but the MAQ only detail Sendmail... and
(now) Postfix... I guess Martin (or someone) has a bit of typing to
do:-):-)
I have been politically correct and have moved the sendmail details
under the MTA tree. I have also changed to wording so that it is
"documented" rather than "supported"
Post by Ken A
Awesome!
A bit of an MTA war is a good thing for documentation it seems!
Why do you think I stuck the sendmail stuff on the front page ;-)

matt
Glenn Steen
2006-06-16 03:07:36 UTC
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Post by Matt Hampton
Post by Ken A
Post by Glenn Steen
Thanks guys!
I was a bit wondering about the blurb in theMAQ... AFAICR, exim is
said to be able to do this, but the MAQ only detail Sendmail... and
(now) Postfix... I guess Martin (or someone) has a bit of typing to
do:-):-)
I have been politically correct and have moved the sendmail details
under the MTA tree. I have also changed to wording so that it is
"documented" rather than "supported"
Nice. .... Hopefully some exim admins will bite too...:-)
Post by Matt Hampton
Post by Ken A
Awesome!
A bit of an MTA war is a good thing for documentation it seems!
Why do you think I stuck the sendmail stuff on the front page ;-)
For "inspiration"?:-)
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Glenn Steen
2006-06-16 01:03:02 UTC
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(snip)
Post by Ken A
Post by Glenn Steen
Post by Drew Marshall
Nice work Glenn. Good to see (IMHO) the Postfix docs still surpassing
those of anyother MTA in the wiki ;-)
Thanks guys!
I was a bit wondering about the blurb in theMAQ... AFAICR, exim is
said to be able to do this, but the MAQ only detail Sendmail... and
(now) Postfix... I guess Martin (or someone) has a bit of typing to
do:-):-)
Awesome!
A bit of an MTA war is a good thing for documentation it seems!
Just a very little bit:-)... More of a "friendly nudge";)
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Drew Marshall
2006-06-16 02:53:42 UTC
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Post by Glenn Steen
Post by Ken A
A bit of an MTA war is a good thing for documentation it seems!
Just a very little bit:-)... More of a "friendly nudge";)
But all done with a grin on this list :-)
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Glenn Steen
2006-06-16 13:45:05 UTC
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Post by Drew Marshall
Post by Glenn Steen
Post by Ken A
A bit of an MTA war is a good thing for documentation it seems!
Just a very little bit:-)... More of a "friendly nudge";)
But all done with a grin on this list :-)
Yeah well .... It's as with the replying to oneself thing (for postfix
admins)... Sort of mandatory:-):-)
BTW, we've been a bit lax in teh "reply to oneself department on this
thread, haven't we.... :-D
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Glenn Steen
2006-06-16 13:47:54 UTC
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On 16/06/06, Glenn Steen <***@gmail.com> wrote:
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Post by Glenn Steen
BTW, we've been a bit lax in teh "reply to oneself department on this
thread, haven't we.... :-D
Ah, trust "fat-finger-syndrome" to ... alleviate... that. The above
Post by Glenn Steen
BTW, we've been a bit lax in the "reply to oneself" department on this thread, now haven't we
... :-D
... all fixed now;-)
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Drew Marshall
2006-06-16 14:47:53 UTC
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Post by Glenn Steen
(snip)
Post by Glenn Steen
BTW, we've been a bit lax in teh "reply to oneself department on this
thread, haven't we.... :-D
Ah, trust "fat-finger-syndrome" to ... alleviate... that. The above
Post by Glenn Steen
BTW, we've been a bit lax in the "reply to oneself" department on this
thread, now haven't we
... :-D
... all fixed now;-)
It's nice to see someone else who suffers 'fat-finger syndrome'. I hate to
think how many applications, servers, routers (infact anything!) that has
not worked properly first time due to a stupid typo in a config file :-)

One day some one will manage a thought connection and remove these damn
keyboards. On the other hand, with what goes through my mind... ;-)

Drew
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