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SuperX29

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Afternoon All..

Been playing around with the Kerion Mailserver for a client of mine but have a little problem..

The client basically has 2 domains, as an example lets call it domain1.co.za and domain2.co.za. Now they need to send and receive mails for both.. Now both those domains are hosted by an outside company which requires outgoing authentication per account.. Now, I can specifiy authentication username and password but that would be used when sending out on both domains, which will not work.. The one will and the other wont..

Is there a way to set an outgoing SMTP server with a username and password per account? Please forgive if this is very simple and can be done, I have researched quiet a bit and cannot seem to find a way to achieve this..

On the flip side, suppose we could use the MX records and bypass the hosted mailserver all together? What would the implecations be of this and the best way to implement?

Any feedback or help would be greatly appreciated..

Stuart
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