1 Reply Latest reply on Nov 29, 2005 2:25 PM by Andrew Oliver

    Virtual hosts

    Willem Labuschagne Newbie

      Please keep it simple. I'm a ISP and hundreds of clients.

      Using IP addresses won't work.

      Rather keep to user@domain. This is simple and clean.

        • 1. Re: Virtual hosts
          Andrew Oliver Master

          I think what I settled on is pretty simple. Basically each user will have aliases. The aliases has domains. thus:

          For

          user: acoliver
          pass: 12345

          MAIL FROM: <acoliver@jboss.org>
          RCPT TO: <foobar@nowhere.com>
          
          DATA:
          Subject: Bla bla
          From: <acoliver@jboss.org>
          To: <foobar@nowhere.com>
          
          Bla lba bla
          
          -Andy
          .
          


          as well as


          Authenticate: acoliver
          pass: 12345

          MAIL FROM: <andy@jbossx.com>
          RCPT TO: <foobar@nowhere.com>
          
          DATA:
          Subject: Bla bla
          From: <andy@jbossx.com>
          To: <foobar@nowhere.com>
          
          Bla lba bla
          
          -Andy
          .
          


          Both would work provided account acoliver had both as aliases. Also incoming mail will go to the same mailbox structure.