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Cpanel Email "feature" combinations/interactions

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussion' started by will sherwood, Jan 15, 2005.

  1. will sherwood

    will sherwood Registered

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    Does anyone know where detailed documentation or discussions exist that explain the
    usage of combinations of cpanel email features?

    For instance, there seems to be a processing precedence/sequence for the features:
    default, blackhole, forwarder, autoresponder,
    such that one cannot have an blackhole for an autoresponder address as long as there is a default catchall in place.
    (This is just one of several combindation interactions i've run into)

    An explanation of how the email processing works would be very helpful.
    Anyone know of a resource?

    thanks!
    will

    p.s. in the example above, the solution is to insert an intermediate "temp" address such that the forwarder happens and then is in parallel forwarded to "temp" and only then forwarded to :blackhole:​
     
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    chirpy Well-Known Member

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    Nothing that complicated since all the options you've listed are aliases and so the precedence follows the contents of your /etc/valiases/domain.com file in order. That's it.

    If you want to understand more, you should read the documentation for the mail server in conjunction with the servers /etc/exim.conf over at:
    http://www.exim.org
     
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