Thank you very much for the response!
I managed to do it like this:
1. Under default postoffice> Domains I added subdomain.mydomain.com
2. I created an e-mail box for email@example.com
3. I set it up to forward all incoming mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
4. I set up subdomain.mydomain.com to smarthost to 127.0.0.1:26
I am very glad it could do this!!!!!
I set this all up under the MMC without editing the maping file, this probably should be done under only the mapping file as it adds an extra mailbox directory that will never be used.
The only problem that I am having is that it is "slow"!
I have timed it after
the e-mail has entered into the mailenable server system and to when it first contacted my smtp server which is local to the machine. While many would think this ridiculous that I would say it is slow because it takes an average of 15-20 seconds for this process to occur. I just assumed it would be faster once the mail is being processed internally. As my purpose for this is to retrieve the e-mail and then forward it via instant messanger to me. Thus the proccess could be called an instant mail =). However it takes a bit longer then an instant message! If this can not be fixed that is alright I'll live with it as its a fine e-mail package you have!