On Thu, Mar 19, 2009 at 9:49 AM, Ruel Luchavez <ruel.free...@gmail.com>wrote:

> Hi list..
> we have here a mail server running in FreeBSD 6.2 which is holding out 2
> domain (e.g u...@mydomain.com. w...@mydomain2.com) and it running very
> good,
> unfortunately I'm not the person who configure this mail stuff.
> heres my problem:
> we bought a new domain (e.g mydomain3.com) and Im planning to add the
> domain
> to our mail server so that I could create a new email ad with the new
> domain
> (e.g us...@mydomain3.com). how will I do that?

This depends on your SMTP server, but by the way you have asked this
question, I don't think you will manage to do it. You are so green for that

Anyway, find out what the SMTP server installed is, how it handles virtual
domains and how they are configured (user maps).

If you are familiar with Apache, PHP, MySQL, I'd suggest that you consider
Vexim (http://silverwraith.com/vexim) as an easier to manage system for
handling virtual domains.

If you need assistance in migrating, we can help (I can help).

Best regards,
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