Mailing List SIMS@mail.stalker.com Message #13948
From: <billc_lists@greenbuilder.com>
Subject: Re: routing help needed.
Date: Fri, 28 Nov 2003 01:36:25 -0600
To: SIMS Discussions <SIMS@mail.stalker.com>
At 12:15 PM -0700 11/27/03, Warren Michelsen wrote:
At 2:52 PM -0600 11/26/03, billc_lists@greenbuilder.com wrote:
Ok, this is wierd. Or my syntax is fubar.

My router has:

 ><info@greenbuilder.com> =<LOCAL>test.info
<info@txinfinet.com> = <LOCAL>billc

; etc, etc

<info> = info.other ; this is intended to catch mail to info@somedomain that doesn't have specific routing above.

where
test.info
billc
info.other

are real accounts.

Mail to info@greenbuilder.com ends up in the info.other account.  What gives?

Dunno. Try turning Router logging up to the max and I think the log will help you find out. Each routing decision will be spelled out in detail.

Well, you learn something every day.  I didn't realize I could adjust the log settings in the Routing pane and have it recorded.  Duh.

Ok, so here's what I see:

; this is the outgoing message
23:20:27 5 ROUTER Parser: billc_lists -> billc_lists()
23:20:27 5 ROUTER Input: info(greenbuilder.com)
23:20:27 5 ROUTER Parser: info@greenbuilder.com -> info(greenbuilder.com)
23:20:27 5 ROUTER Input: info()
23:20:27 5 ROUTER Parser: info -> info()
23:20:28 4 ROUTER aliased to info.other
23:20:28 5 ROUTER Input: info.other()
23:20:28 5 ROUTER Parser: info.other -> info.other()

; this is the incoming.
23:20:28 5 ROUTER Parser: info@greenbuilder.com -> info(greenbuilder.com)
23:20:28 5 ROUTER Input: info()
23:20:28 5 ROUTER Parser: info -> info()
23:20:28 4 ROUTER aliased to info.other
23:20:28 5 ROUTER Input: info.other()
23:20:28 5 ROUTER Parser: info.other -> info.other()
23:20:28 2 SYSTEM [S.0003529771] <a05111b19bbec89724111@[192.168.33.2]> 0+1 From:billc_lists@greenbuilder.com
23:20:28 2 SYSTEM(POP) [S.0003529771] delivered to (info.other)

So it looks like both the incoming and outgoing are parsing info into info.other. I can't figure out how to get it to recognize that <info@greenbuilder.com> = test.info line. I'm not aware of any other routing that isn't working properly.



Also, I don't think you need the <LOCAL> in
<info@greenbuilder.com> =<LOCAL>test.info

I route lots of stuff to local accounts without the <LOCAL> and it works fine.

Yeah, I tried that just to be double-redundant sure when the other didn't work.

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