How to make a proxy email?

You need to make a unique email for each service which will check. For example, there is domain for email "name.mail" and for each service is allocated the address "has service name@name.mail". When a service sends a notification mail or something else then all the letters need to be transparent to come (without any logs, failed forward and let)... one email and if this e-mail reply which received the sender does not have lights hidden email and must be set to the intermediate e-mail.
At the moment the allocation of unique
email for each service is carried out through the extension addresses "name+(of the private key . service name) as hash@name.mail". But when you reply to this approach ukazyvaetsya clean email without the extended address that is not the hood and this email does not pass validation in some services, which is strange since this is the Internet standard.
March 19th 20 at 09:17
1 answer
March 19th 20 at 09:19
  • On a domain example.com do forward on gmal.com
  • The accounts in gmail.com add a box (pre-example.com publish smtp+pop3|imap4
Updated the question, please read again. - monserrat.Kovacek commented on March 19th 20 at 09:22
I did not understand.
What prevents to have a domain name.mail
To raise for example Postfix to accept mail for any address @name.mail, for example:
service1@name.mail
service2@name.mail
...
service100+500@name.mail
the Postfix roleit all these addresses in your desired box.
Responding to the letter, you need a cunning e-mail client, which will be submitted to the service by allocating the address of the recipient and substituting it as the address of the sender in response. Profit.
Although the overall design is strange - maybe the Bicycle have been invented, but your question isn't where to buy a bike, and kind of like - I have chain, sprockets, some wheels of different radius, seat, handlebars, two wagon blue electrical tape - will I be able to collect the bike? - Aliza_Fee commented on March 19th 20 at 09:25
@wulfdog, then what you're saying to mail clients is not relevant, it's part of the SMTP headers RFC5321.MailFrom and RFC5322.From, and in General, we're talking about a spherical horse in vacuum... - Aliza_Fee commented on March 19th 20 at 09:28

Find more questions by tags E-mailSystem administrationMail serverLinux