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I want to set up a postfix server that relays emails to another email address.

I have an ubuntu server set up, a domain name (myvps.be) and a database of users. I want to make it so that when someone sends a mail to username@myvps.be it is relayed to the users personal mail. Postfix doesn't has to be connected to the database, I can do this with a config file. I would like to do this as simple as possible.

I have already found several tutorials, but all of the require authentication or other things I don't want.

Is there a tutorial or someone who knows how to do this? It doesn't have to be postfix either, I just want this to work.

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You might find this tutorial useful. This is not about a relay mail server but about mail forwarding.

http://www.cyberciti.biz/faq/linux-unix-bsd-postfix-forward-email-to-another-account/

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Thanks, this is exactly what I was looking for. I will try this tomorrow. – Jerodev Jan 10 '14 at 11:22

You can implement this email forwarding via virtual file.

You can found this file in Postfix directory in virtual file. You just add this line username@myvp personal_email_id

After that, you must update the virtual database using

postmap 'path of the virtual file'

then restart the postfix.

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