Dual Transports

From: Clayton Keller (no email)
Date: Thu Mar 04 2010 - 14:26:37 EST

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    I have been looking through archives and through the man pages and
    thought I'd go ahead and post my question.

    My situation is this:

    I need to deliver mail coming in addressed to a specific domain to two
    separate transports. There are no mailboxes local to the server at all.
    However, I did not think it was possible to configure two separate
    transports in this manner. Our server is acting as a scanning gateway
    and passes the message on after performing this task.

    I then began to look at possibly using recipient_bcc_maps. My question
    though is that if I am needing to deliver the same address to two
    individual external systems, wouldn't I still need to define a 2nd
    transport to get messages to the 2nd server. Would I need to rewrite the
    domain on the bcc and setup a 2nd MX for the rewritten domain?

    The end goal is to have messages coming in to any address @mydomain.com
    delivered to server1 and server2 with the original address intact after
    processing.

    Any thoughts on ways to handle this would be appreciated.

    Clay


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