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Postfix with multiple domains

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I have to use postfix, to receive the mails from two domains. My router is sending the mail to the machine wher postfix is working on, but i can only receive the mail for one domain, not for both domains.
Can postfix do this or how can I resolver this problem??
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rpayreder earned 200 total points
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edit the /etc/postfix/virutal file and add:

my2ndDomain.com anything
@my2ntDomain.com @my1stDomain.com

then do a "postmap virtual" in the postfix conf directory. At last you have to do a "postfix reload". Make also sure that the DNS MX record for your 2nd Domain shows to your Mail server
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