[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote (at Sun, Dec 14, 2003 at 01:54:47PM -0500):
> From: "Casey Zacek" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> | Why not just vaddaliasdomain? Symlinks are for oldschool
> | crappy-method aliasdomains.
> vaddaliasdomain doesn't let you truely interchange domains. For example,
> you won't be able to use [EMAIL PROTECTED] as your username, only
> [EMAIL PROTECTED] Yeah, this isn't a big deal, but when you've got a
> company where half the users use one domain, and half the users use another,
> it's just easier. You avoid the retards saying "I DONT UNDERSTAND HOW IT'S
> WORKING??? MY EMAIL ADDRESS IS NOT @DOMAIN2.COM, IT'S @DOMAIN.COM!!!" when
> checking webmail. Oh the horror sales reps bring upon me...
I can use either the real or alias domain to login to sqwebmail and
qmailadmin on my server.. Sqwebmail even shows the "whatever you
logged in with" domain as your login name.