Originally Posted by JeremyP
Here is the scenario:
We already host web sites for various cities in our state. Probably over 50. We have had some city managers asking about e-mail service. For example, let's say the city of soandso has a web site that we host under the domain www.cityofsoandso.org
. But, let's say they are currently using some free webmail service. They want to be able to send e-mail using there own domain like firstname.lastname@example.org
. We want to provide that ability using a Suse 9.3 box.
Am I totally on the wrong path here or what?
You can simply create a new web site in ISPConfig, www.cityofsoandso.org
with the Co-Domain cityofsoandso.org - the actual web site can still be hosted elsewhere, no problem. Then you create all users and email addresses on the "User & Email" tab. You then need to create an MX record for the domain cityofsoandso.org pointing to your ISPConfig server.
And your users can use your ISPConfig server as smtp and POP3/IMAP server in their email clients.