Mailing List Message #6629
From: Warren Michelsen <>
Subject: Routing Help, Please
Date: Sat, 5 Aug 2000 00:26:47 -0700
To: SIMS Discussions <>
I use a prefix to distinguish domains, as I'm sure many of you do. I.e.:
<*> = sn-*
Where the "sn-" prefix indicates the domain. (No, not a real domain I host.)

One client seems to have a problem in that people, apparently looking at the x-sender header, are sending mail addressed to: when it should simply be The mail is being rejected -- unknown user.

I want to add a router entry to trap all mail addressed to accounts with the "sn-" prefix and route it to the appropriate account. How?

I tried adding an entry at the top of the router saying <sn-*> = * thinking that this would simply strip away the prefix but it results in mail to being rejected for User Unknown.

What am I not understanding?


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