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    Question secondary domain, why it use primary domain for sending mail?

    Hi,
    My primary domain(domain1.com, mx=mail.domain1.com)working fine for both sending and receiving, now i just add secondary domain(domain2.com, mx=mail.domain2.com) but i am not able to receive mail at secondary domain and if i send mail from secondary domain it will contain domain1 in FROM address.... how to setup it so mail from domain2 will contain FROM address of domain2 not domain1.
    simply i want mail from domain1 have FROM address of mail.domain1.com &
    mail from domain2 have FROM address of mail.domain2.com

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    It works for me, if I login to a second domain (as an account in that domain) and send an email the recipient sees the headers from the correct domain.
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    hi bill,
    but in my case mail from domain2 still contain header from domain1, as i added secondary domain from admin panel in domains option but under server option there is hotname of domain1 only, thats why? or i need to cancel default domain settings ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sadiq007 View Post
    hi bill,
    but in my case mail from domain2 still contain header from domain1, as i added secondary domain from admin panel in domains option but under server option there is hotname of domain1 only, thats why?
    That's the configuration on my server, domain1 is the default domain (and the hostname of the server and the SMTP response) I add a user as user@domain2 and send a message from that account top anyone else on my local server or external email address and the headers show that it came from user@domain2 and the reply should go to user@domain2. I don't see the problem with that unless you're doing something different?

    Quote Originally Posted by sadiq007 View Post
    or i need to cancel default domain settings?
    You can't do that, you need a default domain in your system.
    Last edited by phoenix; 07-19-2010 at 07:54 AM.
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    after adding secondary domain's mx record in to Web mail MTA Hostnames , now i am able to receive mail at domain2.
    so does more then one host entry of Web mail MTA Hostnames (one for each domain) are ok or it will create any problem?

    and still mail from domain2 users showing address of domain1 in headers FROM address

    does i need to restart zmcontrol ?
    Last edited by sadiq007; 07-19-2010 at 08:39 AM. Reason: edit

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