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Old 08-11-2001, 05:57 AM   #1
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Question multiple pop domains one 1 server

I have at work 1 linux server which routes for a LAN
it also handles some domains
I'm interested to find out how to create multiple POP accounts with the same name but for different domains
Ex .
both domain1 and domain2 are hosted by this server

is there any way to do that?
I have a Red Hat 7.0 Linus SO on that computer.

Another question which is related.
Why I can't send messages from my e-mail address
when I don't connect by dial-up to this server and I use another
server to connect.
Is it the of the another server the problem or I can resolve it in an simple manner by configuring the server from my company.

Waiting with hope for your responses...


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