How to configure multiple domains under MailEnable.
MailEnable can define multiple domains under post offices.
A post office is basically the same as an organisation, and hence, an organisation can have multiple domains.
For example, MailEnable Pty Ltd has the domains mailenable.com, mailenable.co.uk, mailenable.com.au, etc.
If MailEnable was used to host another organisation, a new post office should be created. Any domains associated with the organisation should be defined under this post office.
Once the domains have been defined under the post office, addresses for these domains can be assigned to mailboxes defined under the post office. When people access their mail from the post office, they use their username as Mailbox@postoffice .
In summary, there are two options; create a post
office for each domain or, create a single domain and register multiple domains
under it. If possible, the first is preferable because mail for more than one domain
can be delivered into the same user mailbox (for access via pop, web mail,
etc). The choice depends on whether the domains are owned by the same company (post
office) or if they are completely separate.
Ensure that the appropriate DNS records are used so that other mail servers know which Mail Server should receive mail for the domain.
MailEnable Quick Start Guide:
Which DNS server should be used?: Article ME020043
How to configure and host DNS infrastructure for MailEnable: Article ME020190
Installing and configuring MailEnable: Article ME020202
|Product:||MailEnable (All Versions)|
|Keywords:||DNS MX A domains post office postoffices post offices domains mail domains|
|Class:||HOWTO: Product Instructions|
|Revised:||Wednesday, May 4, 2016|