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private/????????????????????????????????

Erwin van de Pol
List,

I have got a really strange issue with my transport table:

I use a regexp transport table, which contains about 100 entries.

When sending an email to a specific address: [hidden email] 

I get following error:

postfix/qmgr[12390]: warning: connect to transport private/????????????????????????????????  smtp: No such file or directory

All other entries from transport table work...

The entry in transport table:

/^.*@bla.blabla.com/                   smtp:[10.10.10.1]






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Re: private/????????????????????????????????

Viktor Dukhovni


> On May 9, 2018, at 5:26 AM, Erwin van de Pol <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> I use a regexp transport table, which contains about 100 entries.

Many users struggle to produce robust regular expressions, this is best
avoided.

> When sending an email to a specific address: [hidden email]
>
> I get following error:
>
> postfix/qmgr[12390]: warning: connect to transport private/????????????????????????????????  smtp: No such file or directory

This resolved to a transport with lots of unprintable characters before "smtp",
perhaps non-printing characters that your editor does not display.

> All other entries from transport table work...
>
> The entry in transport table:
>
> /^.*@bla.blabla.com/                   smtp:[10.10.10.1]

Try:

        /@bla\.blabla\.com$/     smtp:[10.10.10.1]

making sure that the apparent whitespace between the pattern and the
result is actually composed of just SPACEs and TABs, and not other
invisible characters.

--
        Viktor.