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You have a cascade of postfixes and aliases your mails are traversing through and are losing the original recipient address? Simply add a header line with first servers postfix. Tune your main.cf and add something like the ‘detect_recipients‘ line here: smtpd_recipient_restrictions = check_recipient_access regexp:/etc/postfix/specials/denied_recipients, check_recipient_access regexp:/etc/postfix/specials/allowed_recipients, check_recipient_access regexp:/etc/postfix/specials/detect_recipients, check_recipient_access regexp:/etc/postfix/specials permit_mynetworks, reject_unauth_destination Your detect_recipients file: […]
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Be sure you’ve pushed your public key to github.com Create a repository on github.com. $ git init $ git add . $ git commit -m “first move” $ git remote add origin email@example.com:/USER/REPO.git origin is the local alias for your remote repository url. It’s possible to connect your local repo to multiple remote URL’s (hosts) […]