Parallels H-Sphere Documentation User Menu Based Guide

 

Mail Under Service Domain For Third-Level Hosting

(version 3.0 and up)
 
 

Related Docs:   Providing Mail Hosting Under Service Domain for Third-Level Hosting (Admin Guide) Mail Overview

Last modified: 19 Dec 2007

 

WARNING: This documentation covers Parallels H-Sphere versions up to 3.1. For the latest up-to-date Parallels H-Sphere documentation, please proceed to the official Parallels site.

In H-Sphere 3.0 and up, owners of third-level domains can create e-mail resources under their service domains. If you host a third-level domain user.domain.com under service DNS zone domain.com, you can create mailboxes like anything@domain.com from your User CP.

Important: You can create mail under third-level domains if admin enabled creating emails under Service Zone in his Admin CP.

This document covers managing mail:

 

Mail under account with third-level domain

To manage a mail resource under service domain, go to the Mail Info menu and chose the third-level domain from the drop-down box:

Note that mail domain shows both third-level domain (health.test4.psoft) and service domain (test4.psoft) it is created under. If you create a mailbox under the third-level health.test4.psoft, it will look like user@test4.psoft.

Important notes:

  • You can add any mail resources except for SPF, Mail Relay, Mail Domain Alias and Catch All.
  • Use unique names for all mail objects on the service domain level. For instance, if you create mail forward test@test.com, another user can't create mailbox named test@test.com.

 

Mail under service account

If you log into your service account and go to Mail Service page.

It will show the list of all mail resources created under this service domain:


Related Docs:   Providing Mail Hosting Under Service Domain for Third-Level Hosting (Admin Guide) Mail Overview



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