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Hello, Got a problem. We have implemented Web-base e-mail uisng Network Solutions. The Mail domain-name is the same as the Mandrake mail server we were using. We would like to ...
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    Paul in Dallas


    Hello,

    Got a problem. We have implemented Web-base e-mail uisng Network Solutions. The Mail domain-name is the same as the Mandrake mail server we were using. We would like to have both up at the same time by changing the mandrake domain-name from mail.dikita.com to mail1.dikita.com. Can that work and where do I make the necessary changes?

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    I moved this thread to the networking forum, where, hopefully, it should get a bit more traffic. Good luck, and welcome to the forum!
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    How do I change the mail server domain-name

    How do I change the domain-name and TCP address associated with the Mandrake mail server?

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    Hi,
    This is Connie from Network Solutions.

    It appears that everything is set up correctly on the Network Solutions side. We’re not sure if we can help with the technical aspects on the Mandrake server. If you have questions, please email smedia@networksolutions.com

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