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(How) Can I use Domainaliasing?


If you have more than one domain, you can use our free alias option. Using our web interface you can add domain aliases directly to the main domain. Any e-mail sent to the domain alias will be sent to the same user of the main domain.

Example:
Let's assume you are the owner of the domain "example.com" with a destination mailserver "mail.example.com" and the domain alias "example.org". E-mails sent to info@example.org will be delivered to the mailserver "mail. example. com" with the recipient info@example.com. In the "To:"field of the e-mail header, however, the original recipient info@example.org will still be displayed.

Control Panel:
Domainaliase do not have separate access to the Control Panel, so you will still need to log in with your normal access data. Due to the fact that the entire SMTP traffic of the domain alias runs automatically over the main domain, all changes/lookups to the main domain also affect the domain alias. This means that if you search for a specific message in the protocol search, the recipient will be displayed as the user@maindomain.


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