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Old 03-14-2006, 04:25 AM   #1
ps.nepali
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Question “virtual mail” in Dovecot ???? HOW TO ?


Hi, I am a newbie to Dovecot & linux Mail server……………. (Previously using MDaemon)

I know there is a way to make “virtual mail” as we do with “Virtual Host”in Apache.

i.e. info@firstdomain.com, and info@seconddomain.com

how would be user authentication look like. i.e. username and password.

Earliest help would be appreciated.

I am using “ Dovecot “ and “sendmail “


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