I have noticed the following behaviour with MailEnable Pro and really want to understand the difference. I need to understand this before switching over to MailEnable from my current Linux mail server.
If I have a Postoffice and I use the default domain created for it then all is well. For example, I use Postoffice something.com and it automatically creates the domain something.com for me. No problem, the email domain functions correctly.
When I create the second domain for the Postoffice somethingelse.com I get the following message:
If I click "No" then none of the emails in the domain will receive emails. If I click "Yes" then the emails in the domain work. All DNS settings are configured correctly (as evidenced by the fact that the emails will work if I click "Yes".).Do you wish to add an alias email for this domain for each mailbox in the postoffice?
What is this message box really asking? I've searched through the PDF documentation and found no occurances of the word "alias" and I'm not 100% sure how to interpret this. I could guess but I'd rather not.
I really want to understand this issue. I'm a little bit worried, because of the way the message is worded, that if / when I add users to the Postoffice later that they will not be connected to all domains (which doesn't make sense, but I need to be sure).