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Subject:What is a local domain?
Creation date:3/4/09 5:40 PM
Last modified on:3/13/09 7:49 PM

What is a local domain?

A local domain is a domain that is belongs to your company. For example, if you work for a company called Acme Coffee Shop and you have registered AcmeCoffeeShop.com with Internic, you need to specify acmecoffeeshop.com as a local domain.

When Xeams is being run in Stand-Alone mode emails sent for local domain stay in Xeams. When it is being run as Spam Firewall or in Hybrid mode, emails for local domain are forwarded to the actual email server.

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Posted by Nicholas on 12/28/14 11:26 AM

You can access Xeams remotely by opening the port it prefers locally to the www

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