other solution is creating a subdomain in second machine and add an alias
on the first machine to forward the message to second machine.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Rick Romero" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Monday, August 23, 2004 4:08 PM
Subject: Re: [vchkpw] How to Split a domain into 2 machines?
> How about 2 qmail installs?
> After you install qmail once, change conf-qmail to have a qmail2.
> make setup check again, and you have a 2nd qmail install.
> In there, change smtproutes to point your domain to your 2nd server.
> Then for each user that exists on the 2nd server, make a .qmail-default
> |/var/qmail2/bin/forward [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> (remember to run your qmail-send process from the 2nd install, or
> nothing will go out - Yes yes.. It got me :)
> On Mon, 2004-08-23 at 13:36, Bruno Negrão wrote:
> > Hi Itamar,
> > > Pra que voce quer fazer isto Bruno ?
> > (he is asking me why would I want to do this)
> > To answer it i'll have to explain a little about my network.
> > Here where i'm working is the central node of a big network.
> > We are the mailserver for some companys that are connected to us through
> > leased lines. Some of these links are slow 64K links.
> > There is a company connected to us using a 64K link that wants the
> > mailserver for their domain installed directly in their LAN, to speed up
> > the mail transition and to avoid the internal mail traffic passing
> > this link every time a local employee send a message to other local
> > employee.
> > The problem about moving their mailserver from here (the central node)
> > their local network is that they have a big filial in another state that
> > also connected to us. When we move their MX box to their LAN, everybody
> > the filial will have to pass throught their 64KB link to send and
> > e-mail, thus, consuming their bandwidth again.
> > So, to avoid this, i want the filial maildirs to stay configured here in
> > the central node of the network. And the maildirs of the biggest office
> > will be configured in their own local mailserver.
> > Could you understand me?
> > Regards,
> > bruno.