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"email@domain.name"-style POP3 logins?

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussion' started by univ, Aug 27, 2005.

  1. univ

    univ Registered

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    We have around 200 shared hosting accounts on a Debian machine right now. All software (Apache, MySQL, PHP, qmail with vpopmail) was compiled from source with various frontends (such as phpMyAdmin, qmailadmin etc.) for our customers.

    We feel it's time to move to a complete control panel solution and are thinking about using cPanel/WHM for this purpose. Since we currently use vpopmail together with qmail, all POP3 email accounts are in the form "email@domain.name". It would be an quite discomforting task to tell thousands of email users to use a new login account in the form of "xyz" or "123" instead.

    Is it possible to use "email@domain.name"-style POP3 logins with cPanel/WHM?

    Thanks!
     
  2. dalem

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    all pop three user accounts are user@domain.com for log in

    the only one that is not is the root email account (catch-ALL) which i would not recomend using anyway
     
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