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Need duplicate Alias names for 2 separate email domains

Need duplicate Alias names for 2 separate email domains

Need duplicate Alias names for 2 separate email domains

We have two companies running off of one copy of Groupwise. And, we also have two e-mail domains: x.com and y.com. I want to make the following e-mail names/aliases:
info@x.com   and    info@y.com
BUT, Groupwise won't let me put "info" in twice. Any solutions? Thanks in advance! Adam

RE: Need duplicate Alias names for 2 separate email domains

I have 3 different domain names under 1 GroupWise system and have info email boxes for each one. The problem of the restriction for 1 info@ is with NDS not GroupWise. I have set up my system thus: info_x@x.com, info_y@y.com and info_z@z.com. This actually look a lot better as an E-mail address and you can you can set up alias' like info-x@x.com, info x@x.com, Etc. to cover all the different variations.


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