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Old 06-27-2003, 10:28 AM   #1
iamPlace
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Question Mail Server for Multiple Domain Names


Keeping to the principle that the only stupid question is an unasked question...

I would like to setup a POP3 server on Linux to manage incoming mail for more than one domain... ie: user1@domain1.com and then a second domain like user1@domain2.com etc. I know that virtual hosts are doing this all over the world...right?

Is the right mail server qpopper, and if so, how the heck do you setup the domains and users email accounts (userid, password etc.) or are the user accounts the same user accounts when setting up a system login for the server?

You comments would be greatly appreciated. Thanks,


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