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GR8R3D
06-21-2009, 02:56 PM
Hi all experts :)

About the following:

- For some domain (www.domain.com).
- It got many subdomains (sub1.domain.com,sub2.domain.com,....,subN.domain. com)

Is there any way to make some thing like this:
mail1@sub1.com,mail2@sub1.com,.....,mailN@sub1.com
or
mail1@sub2.com,mail2@sub2.com,.....,mailN@sub2.com
or
mail1@subN.com,mail2@subN.com,.....,mailN@subN.com

Forgive my way of writing, but i wanted to make it as easy as short as possible :p.

Thanks in advance ;)

nventurella
06-21-2009, 04:50 PM
I don't understand your question, but maybe this is helpful:

Yes, you can run mail on subdomains of a domain name that you own. If you own example.com you can setup e-mail addresses like @example.com and @sub.example.com

No, you cannot run e-mail on domain names that you do not own. If you don't own sub.com, then you cannot setup e-mail addresses @sub.com

GR8R3D
06-21-2009, 08:01 PM
I own the domain and the subdomains

nventurella
06-22-2009, 12:58 PM
Alright, so since you own the domain name you can setup e-mail addresses @yourdomain.com and @sub1.yourdomain.com and @sub2.yourdomain.com ...

To make this work in the WestHost environment, you'll need to visit your Site Manager > Domains section and then use the "Add Domain" button to add sub1.yourdomain.com to your account (even though this is really a subdomain, you need to click on the button in WestHost named "Add Domain" so that e-mail will be setup properly).