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Hi i have a box that hosts multiple domains ive got all the http stuff working great but i have no idea what must be done to host multiple domains email accounts.. I have one static IP address.. Im running Mandrake 8
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which MTA are you using? sendmail, postfix, etc.
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sorry postfix
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