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Re: RH8 and mail domain hosting

OK ... No problem. I answered my own question :)

I used the /etc/mail/virtusertable (duh!)

1) Added entry in /etc/mail/virtusertable

bob domain1 com    bob.domain1
bob domain2 com    bob.domain2

In otherwords, the first bob will have the mail sent to account
and the second address will deliver mail to 'bob.domain2'. This way,
you can maintain seperate folders and account info for both bob's at

Still, if there is a way to achieve this without using MTA specific
I'd like to know. ANy suggestions welcome ..... ;)


----- Original Message -----
From: "Jason Dale" <redhat maxxess co za>
To: <psyche-list redhat com>
Sent: Tuesday, August 19, 2003 11:03 AM
Subject: RH8 and mail domain hosting

> Hi all,
> I know that this is more a sendmail question, but there must be a
> more intelligent way around this problem can can work with more
> that one mail MTA.
> Here is the situation:  we have a server that hosts mail for '@domain1'
> and '@domain2'. We have two people by the name of 'Bob' :
> bob domain1 com
> bob domain2 com
> Now if 'Bob' at domain1 sets up his username and password the same as
> the other Bob, even if the domains are different, you will have mail for
> both Bob's being delivered to the same computer, on a
> first-come-first-served
> basis. Naturally, the other Bob will not be happy about this.
> Is there anyway to set up the system so that both Bobs can have different
> passwords, and that their email gets stored seperately in different
> mailboxes,
> on the same machine with the same IP address?
> P.S. This IS an RH8 system :)
> Jason
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