"Programmer" < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > wrote in
Current version has IMAP. It doesn't directly support true virtual domains,
but it can do so with aliases. The problem with true multiple domains, as
you define it, is that the POP3 server *must* maintain a separate IP
address for each domain, because the POP3 RFC does not include any way for
the server to tell XXXX@XXXXX.COM from XXXX@XXXXX.COM - the user name
sent in a POP3 transaction is user name *only*, without domain info.
The way to support multiple domains in Mercury is with aliases -
XXXX@XXXXX.COM points to local account user1, and XXXX@XXXXX.COM points
to local account user2. This has always been a common way of handling
virtual domains. The other is to have the POP3 server support multiple IP
addresses. and I do not know of any free packages for Windows that will do
It will work with Squirrelmail, and this is commonly done. The Mercury
mailing list is a good place for advice if you have trouble.
It supports lists, including moderated lists.
It is possible to do scripting to update users, but I don't know of
anything that does this that is already available. It's a bit tricky to get
Mercury to reload the list of local accounts, but not all that tricky.
It does not run natively as a service, but can be run that way in any of
several ways, including svrany and firedeamon. Advice can be gotten on the
Mercury mailing list.
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