I'm still confused. You have the IP for the domain pointing to
server A, and mailsite on server B? Don't you need the IP to be
pointing to server b? Are they seperate because you are hosting
mail on one machine and web on the machine that has the IP?
> clients may not be able to send or receive email for this account. When I
> ran verifymailuser against the account it would not list the correct domain
> name. It would least the default domain instead. I think I found the
> solution though in the verifymailuser and listmailuser scripts that Rudy
> Komsic posted to the MailSite list:
This is because the domain of the user's group is not set
correctly. Are you trying to enter a different email address
in the email field than the user's login?
> I changed to these stored procedures and it appears to work after adding a
> alias for the emerald account pointing to the virtual domain account. This
> is rather lengthy but I hope it explains my problem.
Did you add the Alias in Emerald 2.5 or Mailsite? I'm not quite
following the alias.
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