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I am interested in seting up my linux server to be an email server.  It is already a webserver hosting 14 domains and working great.  But since it is hosting more than one domain, how do I set it up so the email addresses don't match the user logins?  so I could have me@mine.com & me@you.com and imap in to that box, not the users actual account.

I have imap installed, but I don't have sendmail installed.


Thanks,

Kanan
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Does this help??

http://www.han.com/dns.html

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