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Old 07-16-2004, 03:08 PM   #1
kashan
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mail server the naming naming convention problem


hi all of you ,


I am currently using Linux Redhat 7.2 as a mail server , the naming
convention
> that we support is like abid.rehman@abc.com but in Redhat 9 the '.'
has
been
> replaced by the '-'
>
> Are there any work arounds because we need to port to RH Linux 9 and
use
'.'
> instead of the '-!


Please if any one could help me to solve my problem. Please reply me as soon as possible.

Thank You..
 
  


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