The /etc/ File


In order for email addressed to virtual domains to be accepted, each of the virtual domains must be added to the $w macro. The /etc/ file holds them in the form of a simple list, like so:

This is exactly the same as the /etc/ file, and does the same thing. If you maintain your /etc/ file "by hand", you can simply list your virtual domains in it and skip this file.

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