I own a dedicated server with a domain, we'll say foobar.com. I use Google Apps to manage my email SMTP servers.
Now I don't check two Gmail inboxes. I have my own personal one, and then I have foobar.com's inbox from Google Apps. Naturally the easiest thing to do is just have all foobar's emails forwarded to my personal one. So then I am only checking one inbox. This is all fine and dandy.
I use MSMTP that with a wrapper that uses
/etc/aliases. I have it set so any mail attempting to go to root (things from cron, etc) will go to email@example.com.
So when Google App's (foobar.com) gets an email from the email I have setup with it (firstname.lastname@example.org), it automatically doesn't forward the message. This is a "feature" to Gmail/Google Apps I suppose.
How do I get around it, workarounds, etc.?
I could just have my alias set to my personal email but I wanted a place to have all foobar related emails archived in one place (Google Apps).