Re: [exim] Remote SMTP using manual route but only for certa…

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Author: Cédric MARCOUX (sprimont)
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New-Topics: Re: [exim] Remote SMTP using manual route but only for certainusers???
Subject: Re: [exim] Remote SMTP using manual route but only for certain users???
OK understood,

however how can I say to my exchange router that somme people traverse
him or not????

exchange2003:
          driver = manualroute
          domains = +local_domains
          transport = remote_smtp
          route_list = * 192.168.123.254
          unseen = true


     Condition = if user = foo,foobar,harry then deliver else bypass??????


Regards

W B Hacker a écrit :
> Cédric MARCOUX (sprimont) wrote:
>
>> cause router rules apply for all users of a domain,
>
> Not necessarily...
>
>> i want to be able to
>> forward to certain user under certain condition...
>>
>> Christian Schmidt a écrit :
>>
>>> Hello Cédric,
>>>
>>> "Cédric MARCOUX (sprimont)", 01.08.2006 (d.m.y):
>>>
>>>
>>>> Yes but changing the router order will not provide me the ability to
>>>> forward mail to certain user on a remote smtp, isn't it???
>>> Why not?
>>>
>>> Regards,
>>> Christian Schmidt
>>>
>>
>>
>
> Router rules may be *traversed* for all traffic not intercepted by match of an
> earlier router. That is why 'order matters'. One places the specific in
> sequence before the general.
>
> The tests and conditionals a router performs may be as complex and detailed as
> you care to make them - not only domain and user specific, but all manner of
> sub-conditions on headers, etc.
>
> Plenty of examples abound.
>
> Bill
>
>