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Old 20th August 2009, 16:25
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Default multiple domains and a lot of email accounts


I have a server that is 500 email accounts. Each account has a 2-3 aliases. I use postfix and ISPConfig3. How do these redirects?

user1@domain1 -> user1@domain
user1@domain2 -> user1@domain
user1@domain3 -> user1@domain

user2@domain1 -> user2@domain
user2@domain2 -> user2@domain
user2@domain3 -> user2@domain

ps. Sorry for my english

Thank you very much
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Old 21st August 2009, 14:39
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Just add them as aliases. You can have ten thousands of accounts in ISPConfig if your server is able to handle the load of incoming emails.
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