1 Reply Latest reply on Aug 1, 2012 2:01 PM by jmaaska

    Capture a static address part to our domain and rewrite/fwd all messages to another domain

      We're looking to capture a known address part in an inbound email to our domain and have IronMail rewrite/fwd this to another domain. All inbound email comes from <*.knownpart@domain.edu>. We use LDAP verification against our directory so we do not have users with  <*.knownpart@domain.edu>.  We use Google groups and have the ability to assign a knownpart to append to each group <groupname.knownpart@domain.edu>. We host the domain.edu so any communications in the group/forum gets sent to us. Is there a way to capture this prior to LDAP verification on IronMail and send these messages back out to our Google alias domain? We have the Google group part set and the Google alias domain set. Both work independently. We just need to get IronMail to handle the forwarding of these  <*.knownpart@domain.edu>.

       

      Thanks

        • 1. Re: Capture a static address part to our domain and rewrite/fwd all messages to another domain

          If I get what you are trying to do, I think you can do this if you can setup another ironmail system (e.g. an Ironmail 7.0 VM).

           

          1 -  set up a content rule to match the static address part in the header and perform the reroute action.  Route to a second ironmail system.   Email not matching the entire static string would be passed into your mail system normally and unaffected.

           

          2 - On the second ironmail system (which would only see email fully matching the static address *.knownpart@domain.edu)  masquarade 'domain.edu' to your google alias domain so it sends the mail out.

           

          Message was edited by: jmaaska on 8/1/12 2:01:25 PM CDT