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We have to different domains we receive mail on, and I've set up an alias so we can receive mail to either domain, and so users can use the same public calendar. Been running it about a week. It worked great until today.

We have an offsite pop3 server with a lower priority mx record to catch mail if our in house server goes down. It's had the unexpected side effect of receiving any mail our in house rejects as well (was mostly filling with spam). But as of yesterday, its now getting 100% of the mail directed to users from the alias domain. Even from other users in house! The server is actually rejecting user to user mail, and hitting up the MX record to send it to our backup server instead.

And the most confusing part is that it worked a few days earlier, and we changed nothing at all. This is the second problem I've had of functionality changing without my setting anything differently.

Any suggestions?
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