The best thing to do is set up a mailing list - e.g. mailman. It's easy
to maintain and takes care of spoofing when you set it to allow
subscribers only to post. We are only ~7 people in our company - still
it makes sense for us to use mailman instead of a list in postfix.|
Hope this helps.
R.M. Evers wrote:
Thank you all for your input. The method described in the e-mails from the postfix user list (links below) seems to work. The only disadvantage seems to be, that the method is vulnerable for sender-spoofing.. So creating a virtual like 'firstname.lastname@example.org' will be out of the question.. :-) Thanks again, -Rodi On Fri, 2003-09-26 at 23:17, Christian Kurz wrote:On [26/09/03 13:40], R.M. Evers wrote:Hi,This could be a stupid question, but I'm trying to accomplish the following:In our company, we run a Debian mailserver with Postfix. The server runs a lot of accounts and virtual domains for our customers, but also for our own employees. Now, what i want to do, is make some sort of alias for our employees, so that they can send an e-mail to, for example "email@example.com", which would deliver to all of our mailboxes. But, I only want this alias to be available for our own employees. Not for the outside world, of course..Would this be possible?I'm not sure since I never tested it, but I think using smtpd_restriction_classes might help with this. Take a look at the following e-Mails from the postfix user list: http://archives.neohapsis.com/archives/postfix/2000-02/0819.html http://archives.neohapsis.com/archives/postfix/1999-q4/1617.html Christian