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How to enable postmaster alias in server

351 Views 1 Reply Latest reply: Dec 21, 2012 3:44 AM by John Caradimas RSS
John Caradimas Level 1 Level 1 (10 points)
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Dec 21, 2012 3:20 AM

I was checking my server from one of those web sites that supposedly check if everything is OK with it and I got a report that my server didn't accept emails to postmaster@domain.tld and abuse@domain.tld (where domain.tld is my domain). So I tried to find how to fix that without success. Or ... shall I put it in a different way, with partial success.

 

If I run the test now, it reports that my server does accept emails to postmaster and abuse, but I do not get that email. I would like to receive the email for postmaster and abuse in my admin email (admin@domain.tld), but no matter what I tried, I can't do it. Here are some of the things I tried:

 

In /etc/postfix:

 

I edited /etc/postfix/aliases to :

 



postmaster: admin

 

and

 

abuse:      admin

 

Run newaliases and postfix reload. No good.

 

Did the same changes in /Library/Server/Mail/postfix/Cconfig/aliases. No good.

 

I also tried adding the postmaster alias and the abuse alias in the admin account, in Server.app/Users. Still no good.

 

And by "no good" I mean that whatever I've tried, emails send to either of these names ends up in root@mail.domain.tld (mail.domain.tld is my mail server FQDN) and from there to /dev/null

 

Has anyone managed to solve this issue?

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