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switching to OpenSMTPD new config #3

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poolpOrg opened this Issue May 21, 2018 · 3 comments

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poolpOrg commented May 21, 2018

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MrSorcus commented May 26, 2018

Can be ECC certs used with latest OpenSMTPD?

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poolpOrg commented May 29, 2018

no, there's a ticket opened.

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bg90jwef commented Nov 1, 2018

with the old grammar i used the following:

accept from any for domain "example.com" recipient "foo@example.com" relay via tls+auth://exodus@smtp.provider.com auth
accept from any for any virtual { "@" => buggy } deliver to mbox

to do some sort of catchall.
this worked well. any mail (local from system and remote from lan) was basically delivered to the local user buggy which had a .forward that contains foo@example.com. so it was relayed afterwards by the first rule.
any hint how this could be done in the new grammar? i have no idea how to implement the old-style => catchall.

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