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Jul 25, 2000, 16:55 #1
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I have multiple domains via which I send and receive e-mail.
I was wondering how others set up their mail accounts.
What I do is configure each domain (or have the host do it) to forward the mail sent to that domain to a single pop3 that I get from my ISP. Then I log-in to my pop3 to get my e-mail, and I have Outlook Express distribute the incoming mail into the different folders I set up for each domain.
For outgoing mail, I set-up different identities in Outlook Express, each with a "from" and "respond to" which corresponds to my different domains, with all outgoing mail routing through the SMTP from my ISP.
Am I doing it efficiently? Didn't know if there is an obvious better way.