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Multiple Domain and use one IP for Hmailserver

Posted on 2014-11-19
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If i one IP to host the multiple domain ,may i know any issue or not ?
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Multiple domain on a single IP should work just fine.  You can have either separate, distinct domain, or assign aliases to a primary domain.  More details are here: https://www.hmailserver.com/documentation/v5.5/?page=reference_domain
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I have test the multiple domain that is no problem to received email but how about smtp ?
like user@abc.com sending the mail and recipient able to see is send from  user@abc.com and user@cba.com and recipient able to see is send from  user@cba.com.
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The sending will all be from a single IP, but the SMTP envelope & the message sent will contain the domain of the sender.
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