Whenever I’m logging into Squirrelmail and sending a email to anyone the return path is set to firstname.lastname@example.org. When anyone is replying to these kind of email addresses obviously there are bounced. I want the emaill address to email@example.com.
The virtusertable plugin is installed and $filename attribute points to /etc/postfix/virtual where postfix does all the mapping of virtual users.
What can be the issue any pointers would be appreciative.
Regards<br><br>Post edited by: kool_kid, at: 2009/04/25 20:53
I have observed that the default identity in Squirrel webmail is set to firstname.lastname@example.org, if I fix it things are working fine. But fixing it on 300 users would be a tedious task. Also I think there should be a right way to do it.
Here is my findings,
When im using usermin or IMAP/POP3 on thunderbird/outlook then im able to send/receive emails normally like email@example.com.
If im using Squirrel Mail then im recieving local emails as firstname.lastname@example.org
Can anyone help me to fix this please. Atleast point me where the issue is, I strongly this its Squirrel Mail issue cuz POP3/IMAP and usermin are all working fine.
I tried to change the IMAP Daemon in squirrel mail from courier to dovecot but no use.