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    HELP! Multiple Mail Server in a Single Redhat Linux 8


    HELP! how can i create multiple mail servers in a single redhat linux 8??? we're working with wordpress and we have many contact forms. these forms must be sent in different mail servers and we're really lost... i hope someone has a good heart to help us~ thanks~

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    Using virtual domain hosting function of postfix. Here you can see tutorial as following official website:
    Postfix Virtual Domain Hosting Howto

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    Bryan Yu
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    Thank you for the fast response i'll be trying it...

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    Is there a reason to use such an old disto? This is no longer supported, which means it is not getting security updates, and for a server this is very bad since you are vulnerable to attacks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by coopstah13 View Post
    Is there a reason to use such an old disto? This is no longer supported, which means it is not getting security updates, and for a server this is very bad since you are vulnerable to attacks!
    what's old? actually it's my first time working with linux server i'm actually a programmer but my work rewuires me to multi-task (even to be a receprionist! grrr...) anyway, what's old? the server or the vitualhost thingy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cutescar2nis View Post
    what's old? actually it's my first time working with linux server i'm actually a programmer but my work rewuires me to multi-task (even to be a receprionist! grrr...) anyway, what's old? the server or the vitualhost thingy?
    Welcome to the forums!

    He's talking about Red Hat 8 being old because it came out in September of 2002.

    You can see the time table on the various Red Hat releases here:

    DistroWatch.com: Red Hat Enterprise Linux
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