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maxivad

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Ok, I have setup a main domain of example.com and it has an aliases of demo.com and example.net

When I create the user, I cant seem to create mail addresses for him under the alias domains, only the original example.com

So the user receives all the emails for example (.com and .net) as well as demo.com, problem is, if he receives the email from demo.com, I want him to reply such that his email is user<_at_>demo.com, not user<_at_>example.com

I have tried this both ways, creating the domain as it's own identity as well as having an alias of an existing domain. Ideally I would like to have a user that could reply
1) as a user of the alias domain, AND
2) as a user in a sister domain that exists on this mail server.

I have tried creating a user group but again, there seems to be no way of actually making a user a super user for the purpose of managing (reading and replying) to multiple domains.

Ideas??
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