[SASAG] another hosting quest

Leeland leeland06 at greydragon.com
Mon May 7 08:02:04 PDT 2007

Have you taken a look at the Professional level shared account with Liquid Web?

That seemed to have all I needed and then some.

Oh and for the record I ended up getting a VPS solution that I have to
maintain myself. But maintaining it is actually pretty easy now. I
went through a host of VPS Linux OSs. Having issues both large and
small with most all of them. I landed with Centos which I have had
fewer issues with and have actually been surprised that all of those
were very small (mostly me having to stop trying to make it do it the
WAY I WANTED DANG IT and accept the general style it used which wasn't
really all that bad except the files just ended up in places I am not
use to and I had to learn a few new command line things...)

+ Leeland

On 5/6/07, Chris MacGregor <chris at bouncingdog.com> wrote:
> Dan Wilder wrote:
> Fwiw under Postfix it's simple enough to do what you want.
> /etc/postfix/main.cf:

On Sat, May 05, 2007 at 10:25:41PM -0700, Chris
> MacGregor wrote:

> P.S. "What is this crazy notion of wildcards in email addresses, and why
would you want that?" you ask.

> In /etc/postfix/main.cf with a line like:

recipient_delimiter = -

> email
> resembling

somebodys at someplace.com
somebodys-self at someplace.com
somebodys-aunt at someplace.com
somebodys-uncle at someplace.com
somebodys-sister at someplace.com

> to "somebodys" mailbox.

> Umm, right.  But, much better, I can use a pcre map (and the ability to do
> stuff like this is why I finally abandoned sendmail for Postfix (and have
> never looked back) - of course, the security advantages didn't hurt):
> In /etc/postfix/main.cf, I have:
> virtual_alias_maps = pcre:/etc/postfix/virtual_wild_aliases
> (well, and a bunch of others, too), where that file contains lines such as:
> if !/^chrispager at cybermato\.com$/
> /^chris..*@cybermato\.com$/   chris at cybermato.com
> endif
> But the point of my message is not how to do that (I know how and I've been
> doing it) - I want to find a place that will let me do it (or the
> equivalent) in a shared hosting setup.
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