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    Address extensions (user+foo@domain.com) aren't working for me. This is a problem since I have been using a whole bunch of these before I cut over some of my MX records.

    My postfix main.cf has the following:
    # ADDRESS EXTENSIONS (e.g., user+foo)
    #
    # The recipient_delimiter parameter specifies the separator between
    # user names and address extensions (user+foo). See canonical(5),
    # local(8), relocated(5) and virtual(5) for the effects this has on
    # aliases, canonical, virtual, relocated and .forward file lookups.
    # Basically, the software tries user+foo and .forward+foo before
    # trying user and .forward.
    #
    recipient_delimiter = +


    But I imagine all of the zimbra accounts are virtual, so I'm wondering if there is something I can configure inside zimbra to allow this.

    Thanks-

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    Did you try just adding it to our main.cf? If so make sure you restart postfix. You can check the log in /var/mail/zimbra.log to see if it has any information.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KevinH
    Did you try just adding it to our main.cf? If so make sure you restart postfix. You can check the log in /var/mail/zimbra.log to see if it has any information.
    I already have this:

    recipient_delimiter = +

    In my main.cf. It seems to be a problem with the way virtual domains are configured in zimbra. Any ideas?

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    Quote Originally Posted by manthrax3
    I already have this:

    recipient_delimiter = +

    In my main.cf. It seems to be a problem with the way virtual domains are configured in zimbra. Any ideas?
    This is still a major problem for my users and me. Has anyone had luck with address extensions?

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    Default this is a bug on the zimbra side.

    manthrax3, I have filed bug 4933 to track this. Unfortunately, there appears to be no workaround (workaround would be a postfix config to normalize addr extensions before handing them off to MDAs, but I can't find one that would do that - which makes sense). Here is the text of the bug I filed:

    postfix recipient_delimiter doesn't work with ZCS because (if
    recipient_delimiter is, say, set to "+") postfix hands
    "user+extension" to us and we are prepared to handle only
    "user" and not "user+extension". So message gets bounced at
    lmtp delivery stage.

    The fix is to have a global LDAP attribute for recipient_delimiter,
    propogate this to postfix main.cf and check in LMTP code if this
    value is set and strip the delimiter and whatever follows it from
    the address local part before attempting delivery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anand
    manthrax3, I have filed bug 4933 to track this. Unfortunately, there appears to be no workaround (workaround would be a postfix config to normalize addr extensions before handing them off to MDAs, but I can't find one that would do that - which makes sense). Here is the text of the bug I filed:

    postfix recipient_delimiter doesn't work with ZCS because (if
    recipient_delimiter is, say, set to "+") postfix hands
    "user+extension" to us and we are prepared to handle only
    "user" and not "user+extension". So message gets bounced at
    lmtp delivery stage.

    The fix is to have a global LDAP attribute for recipient_delimiter,
    propogate this to postfix main.cf and check in LMTP code if this
    value is set and strip the delimiter and whatever follows it from
    the address local part before attempting delivery.
    Thanks. How can I monitor the bug?

    bp

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    Quote Originally Posted by manthrax3
    Thanks. How can I monitor the bug?

    bp
    There will be a public BugZilla in the next time

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    I see this bug was fixed, but I have a question related to it. Namely, I was able to make postfix honor the recipient delimiter, but when it goes to deliver the message, I get:

    Code:
    2006-01-29 14:59:19,157 INFO  [LmtpServer-1] [] LmtpHandler - [192.168.10.5] 550
     5.1.1 No such user here (RCPT TO:<user+postfix@dock.chady.org>)
    I thought perhaps I needed to add an alias for the user, but when trying to do so, I get an error that user+postfix@dock.chady.org is invalid.

    So, how do I get user+* to be delivered to the user? Want to use it to filter stuff in to various folders...

    EDIT: Any suggestions? Am I doing something wrong? I have not been able to find anything on this in the forums or bugzilla.

    Robert
    Last edited by Kanan; 01-30-2006 at 04:38 PM.

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    http://bugzilla.zimbra.com/show_bug.cgi?id=4933

    Did you set: zimbraMtaRecipientDelimiter?
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