sending mail to 2 locations

Drew Marshall drew at THEMARSHALLS.CO.UK
Sun Feb 1 11:32:03 GMT 2004

Kevin Spicer wrote:

>On Sun, 2004-02-01 at 11:03, Drew Marshall wrote:
>>Just make an alias map some thing like:
>>testuser1:   test1 test1 at ispdomain
>>testuser2:   test2 test2 at ispdomain
>This will only work if the addresses (testuser1 and testuser2) are
>destined for mailboxes on the local machine.
You are right. I miss read the original post :-( but the same principle
could be used for a virtual user map I would have thought just using
full addresses.

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