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    forwarding non-existent user to remote hosted domain of same domain name?

    Hi
    I have created a virtual domain goldenswan.com, all mail to
    anyuser@goldenswan.com is delivered locally.
    How can I forward non-existent user to my remote hosted domain which also
    goldenswan.com?
    Message is looping and bounced when I try to resolve the issue by writing
    below line in /home/vpopmail/domains/goldenswan.com/.qmail-default
    | forward $LOCAL@goldenswan.com
    Please help me.

    Regards,
    Pushpraj

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    You should be able to set what email address the undeliverables are sent to, and you can create an offsite acct that handles it that way.

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    Sorry i could not understand.....

    Sorry i could not understand what you try to explain. Could you give me detail explanation please.
    Thanks in advance.

    Pushpraj

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    Details, no, I have no mail server files to refer to. But here is what I am saying.

    Each mail server out there I have dealt with (even MS) has an option for what to do with undeliverables. One is to forward them. What I am saing is this lets say that you have a few domains:

    ilovebeer.com
    ihatewindws.com
    spamsucks.com

    And you want to forward all undeliverables to crap@spamsucks.com.

    What you want to do is for the confs on ilovebeer.com and ihatewindows.com have the forward undeliverables to crap@spamsucks.com

    Read the manual, the options are there for whatever server package you are using.

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