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This section will allow you to modify some miscellaneous settings related to your mail.
You will be able to:
- add/remove domain aliases for your mail server
- modify the default quota for the mail accounts
- modify the number of accounts displayed per page on the control panel
 Domain alias
The domain alias feature will allow you to define a secondary domain that will behave in the same way as the main domain. Applied to mail, this means that the mail accounts defined for your main domain will also receive the mail sent to the same addresses but for another domain.
- We have 2 domains domain.co.uk and anotherdomain.co.uk.
- We purchased a Web Pro + for domain.co.uk and created 3 mail accounts email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com.
- If we add anotherdomain.co.uk as a mail domain alias to domain.co.uk:
- we will receive the messages for both firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com in the firstname.lastname@example.org account
- we will receive the messages for both email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org in the email@example.com account
- we will receive the messages for both firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com in the firstname.lastname@example.org account
To add a domain as a mail alias for your package:
- From the main screen:
- Enter the domain in the box and click on
This section will give you the chance to modify some mail related parameters like:
- the default quota for new mail accounts
- number of mail accounts to be displayed per page on the mail account management tool
To change either of these values, just change the value in the box and click on
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