Author: Jim Trigg
Date: 27-05-03 20:25
You say in this article that "Local user names are not visible in a regular postfix-style virtual domain." This is only true if every domain for which you accept mail is configured as a virtual domain. If, for example, you have a "base" domain which does not have a virtual table, then its users will be the local users. Generally speaking, most people will not configure a virtual domain for the FQDN, so if your system is foo.example.com and you have virtual domains for example.com and example.net as follows:
then the addresses email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org would work, delivering email to the mailboxes for email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org respectively.