|Subject:||What is a local domain?|
|Creation date:||12/14/15 4:35 PM|
|Last modified on:||8/13/18 4:29 PM|
What is a local domain?
A local domain is a domain that 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 running in Stand-Alone mode
emails sent for local domain stay in Xeams. When it is running in Spam Firewall or in Hybrid mode
, emails for local domain are forwarded to the actual email server
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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