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how_to:how_to_tell_vpop3_some_users_in_the_local_domain_are_not_to_be_handled_by_vpop3 [2011/08/03 10:24]
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how_to:how_to_tell_vpop3_some_users_in_the_local_domain_are_not_to_be_handled_by_vpop3 [2018/11/14 10:45] (current)
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 You create the mappings on the **Mappings** page in the VPOP3 settings. You create the mappings on the **Mappings** page in the VPOP3 settings.
  
 +=====Using your ISP's domain=====
 +If you are using your ISP's domain in your email addresses, so that, for instance, your email address is '​user@isp.com',​ then you will not be able to create mappings of all the other ISP users to //*REMOTE// as specified above.
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 +In this case, you need to tell VPOP3 that all unrecognised users are remote. To do this, go to **Settings -> Local Mail -> General** and check the box ''​Treat locally sent mail for unrecognised local recipients as outgoing mail''​
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 +{{:​how_to:​unrecognisedusersremote.png?​nolink&​|}}
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