Thank you. I did not understand how to properly use an alias to accomplish
this before your post. Now I do.
"Fox" <shadow.Sfox@Pworldnet.Aatt.Mnet> wrote in message
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> > I have a small number of users on a Mercury server. The server needs to
> > serve mail from two different domains (e.g., domain1.com and
> > While I can set up Mercury's core configuration model to accept mail
> > both domains, I can't seem to identify a method to manage users so that
> > the user name also includes the domain information.
> > So, if there is a email@example.com and a firstname.lastname@example.org , I
> > have only been able to set up one johnsmith mailbox . I cannot include
> > domain
> > name information with the user name to differentiate them. I realize
> > I could simply add unique identifiers to the names to separate them
> > (johsmith1, johnsmith2 etc), but for my application I need to have the
> > names be the same.
> > Any ideas would be appreciated!
> Use your unique identifiers and aliases:
> email@example.com == firstname.lastname@example.org
> email@example.com == firstname.lastname@example.org
> Mercury resolves aliases before anything else.
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