In addition to creating new masqueraded entries, you can import them from a text file similar to the Sendmail virtusertable. In the import file, place each masqueraded address definition on a line by itself. Each address in the file must be separated with one or more spaces or tabs, or a combination of spaces and tabs. Commas or semicolons are not valid delimiters.
You cannot import a file with extended ASCII or non-ASCII characters; you can only import files encoded in US-ASCII format.
The masquerade address definition consists of the following elements:
Specifies the original email address or domain name to be masqueraded.
Specifies the replacement email address or domain name.
Indicates the direction to which masquerading is applied. Available choices are:
In the Control Center, click Protocols > SMTP > Address Masquerading.
In the Specify the import file text box, enter or browse to the filename containing the list of masqueraded entries.
If entries in the import file are not specified correctly, do not match the required file format, or are duplicates, an error message is displayed. You can click a link to download a file containing the unprocessed entries. Click Cancel to return to the Address Masquerading page to review the valid imported entries.
Imported Document ID: HOWTO92874
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