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Bud Durland

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Two questions, really..

Can a mailing list belong to a domain alias? I don't see how to do it when setting up the mailing list, but maybe there's a under the hood tweak.

Do mailing lists work with aliases? if 'domain2.com' is an alias for 'domain1.com', and there's a mailing list 'mylist@domain1.com', what will happen to mail sent to 'MyList<_at_>domain2.com'?

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Mark Price (Kerio)

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Hi Bud

Yes, mailing lists will work with the primary domain and the alias. so if someone sent a request to either domain1.com or the alias domain2.com it will work.

the reply will be from the primary domain though.

I hope this helps.

Mark Price
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