This is a discussion on Re: .org and .com on the same server - DNS ; Thank you. I had the vhosts and qmail setup to the best of my ability. They should work just fine. I just was thinking it would be best to use DNS to do the forwarding. Thanks for your help, and ...
Thank you. I had the vhosts and qmail setup to the best of my
ability. They should work just fine. I just was thinking it would be
best to use DNS to do the forwarding.
Thanks for your help, and your links.
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> This functionality is more apache/qmail-intensive than BIND or DNS. As
> far as DNS for a configuration like this goes, simply make sure that the
> www. ,(and any other web-bound hostnames), and MX records for the .com and
> .org domains are the same.
> The rest is simply a matter of setting up "virtual hosts" in apache and
> qmail. Here's some info to get you started:
> Apache Virutal Hosts documentation
> Apache Virtual Hosts examples
> I know nothing about qmail, but this may help
> Good Luck,
> On Fri, 14 Oct 2004, aaron wrote:
> > I have an apache and qmail server up and running. I need some
> > direction on how to answer requests (web and mail) for each .org and
> > .com. I need it if someone goes to the .com (web and mail) the
> > requests are forwarded to the .org.
> > Can someone give me some direction on how to set that up? I'm pretty
> > new at this, so thanks for the help.
> > rhl