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how_to:handling_mail_for_multiple_incoming_domains [2012/04/02 17:47]
paul [Preventing normal <username>@<domain> -> <username> distribution]
how_to:handling_mail_for_multiple_incoming_domains [2018/11/14 10:45] (current)
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-If your domains are different, so that, for instance, mail for **mike@company1.com** has to be kept separate from mail for **mike@company2.com**,​ then use Mappings+If your domains are different, so that, for instance, mail for **mike@company1.com** has to be kept separate from mail for **mike@company2.com**,​ then use [[Reference:​mappings|Mappings]]
  
 In this case, you may create users called **mike1** and **mike2**, then create two Mappings: **mike@company1.com -> mike1**, and **mike@company2.com -> mike2**. (The actual names of the users don't matter, you could use '​mike.company1',​ or whatever is easier for you) In this case, you may create users called **mike1** and **mike2**, then create two Mappings: **mike@company1.com -> mike1**, and **mike@company2.com -> mike2**. (The actual names of the users don't matter, you could use '​mike.company1',​ or whatever is easier for you)
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