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Old 6th October 2005, 18:43
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Originally Posted by Rocky
Ok, so I've followed your tutorial thoroughly and had success. Now if I wanted to catch all mails going to domainA, and send them to smtp.domainA.com, what scenerio would i have to use? Would it be a transport: domainA.com --> smtp:mail.domainA.tld?
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Also, If I wanted to catch emails going to domainB, for specific users, and send them to domainA, would I have to use the forwardings example below?
user@domainB.com --> user@domainA.tld.
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You have .tld in your examples, do I have to create the destination as user@domainA.tld? I'm a bit confuse as to why .com is not used.
.tld is just a placeholder for .com, .net, .org, .de, ...
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