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Hi

I have multiple domains somebusiness.com & somebusiness.com.au.
The .com is the primary email domain but I would like to have the same addresses setup on the .com.au incase people accidentally type .com.au

Now I have looked in the domain and can see that aliases are possible but it looks like only from the domain that the settings are being looked at are able to be added... ie. if i am in the somebusiness.com domain settings and want to setup an alias email for a user I only have the choice of @somebusiness.com addresses not @somebusiness.com & <_at_>somebusiness.com.au

All I want to do is create an alias so that if someone sends email to the user on either domain it will go to the same mailbox.

I have seent that I can create additional accounts and forward it to the primary account but this uses up a user license and I dont see why I should do that for a simple thing as an alias!

Any advice appreciated.
Cheers
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Petr Dobry (Kerio)

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steve-sydney

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no offence petr but if you want people to purchase the product you cant RTFM all the time.

to the OP look under configuration / domains
select the domain and edit
thats where you will find domain aliases

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hi,
cheers for that. problem solved.
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