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Hello, Just wondering if it is possible to set an aliases table using the regexp function. My mail server is postfix version 2.2.10 and I had regexp function included as ...
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    Regular Expression Aliases in Postfix


    Hello,

    Just wondering if it is possible to set an aliases table using the regexp function. My mail server is postfix version 2.2.10 and I had regexp function included as I checked using postconf -m.

    As I research about regexp, I found out it is very popular on controlling spam. However, there is only a few mention about its use on aliases tables.

    The following is what I want to achieve:

    I would like emails that were originally sent to a address user<any digits>@domain.com (e.g. user1, user11, user1234....etc) to be redirected to user@domain.com.

    Is it possible to do? Since user@domain.com is another alias on another mysql alias table, would it be any clashes between the 2 tables?

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    Regular Exp in Postfix

    I'm having exactly the same problem. Did you find anything to solve it? Could someone help us?

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