Miles O'Neal writes:
> So what happens when a mailhost reroutes mail
> based on the domain? For instance, email@example.com
> and firstname.lastname@example.org might be different addresses,
> where foo.com and bar.com are virtual domains on the
> same system.
Exactly as what would happen otherwise -- except you've gotten the
message to the MX host (which is where I'd presume this rerouting
occurs) with a single SMTP transaction instead of two.
Chip Rosenthal * Unicom Systems Development * <email@example.com>
URL: http://www.unicom.com/ * 4868D8BE10C86BDE 6017000BA783998E
Helmet good. Law bad.