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But what if you are hosting one server as email server for multiple domain? I cannot put multiple domain into 1 ip. What to do this case?
Hi, I have the same problem. Did you find a solution ? Thanks
You only need to choose one hostname for your mail server (e.g. mail.domain1.com) and as long as the PTR record matches the hostname you should be fine, even if you're hosting more domains on it.
wondering the same thing... is there any proper guide somewhere?