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Is it possible to create cross-domain users (like i'm used to in Active Directory for Exchange). I'll explain what I mean.

Let's say I have a user Don with e-mailaddresses: don<_a.t_>; don<_a.t_>; don<_a.t_>; etc, etc.

I also have a user Mary with e-mailaddresses: mary<_a.t_>; mary<_a.t_>; mary<_a.t_>; etc. etc.

This way I can't use the Domain Alias because Mary uses some of the same domains as Don, but not all.

I have a webhosting company with people who need e-mailaddresses on multiple domain names on the same user account. But also users who are only allowed to use one domain name as e-mailaddress.

It's a bit complicated and I hope you can understand what I mean.



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if the user numbers are small enough just setup account aliases for the users on the extra domains and point them to there account on the main domain they will use

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