basic BIND / sendmail question
brad at stop.mail-abuse.org
Mon Mar 21 20:40:42 UTC 2005
At 9:44 AM -0800 2005-03-21, mbh wrote:
> I have a potential customer who will switch to my service if I can host
> his domain 'gigerich.com' (or something like that) as well as allow
> them to maintain their email addys of 'whoever at gigerich.com'
> My domain name is NOT that at all. SO ... can I make my BIND and
> sendmail recognize the new domain (without breaking mine) as well as
> get and forward all their mail?
Sure. Just set up your nameservers to be authoritative for the
domain, and create a virtual user table for them in sendmail.
If you want specifics on the sendmail side, you should see their
documentation, the FAQ at sendmail.org, the "bat" book, etc....
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