Thank you to Stephen Noble for releasing his work. The original documentation is found here: http://dungog.net/wiki/index.php?title=Dungog-domains
yum install smeserver-domains --enablerepo=smecontribs
Allow a user to create email pseudonyms for their own domain only
Forward all email for each domain to a separate remote mailserver.
A simplified panel is accessed by the user-manager,
users who are allowed access to the panel are only shown their delegated domains.
yum install smeserver-domains smeserver-userpanel
Access at /server-manager > Administration > Domain pseudonyms
Show delegation settings for each domain.
Alternative administrator and group
Each domain can be delegated to a user to manage.
Admin is the default, you can delegate to everyone, a group or a user.
By selecting a group, just these users are displayed in the individual forward drop down box.
Forward all mail for this domain to a delegate mailserver.
List pseudonyns for this domain.
Create a pseudonyn and forward their mail to a user.
Each domain can have the same user address forwarded to a separate account:
info@otherLocalDomains goes to the info user
You have to forward to a local user, the users mail can then be forwarded off site,
or you could use the smeserver-mailsorting panel to sort and process the mail.
|ID||Product||Version||Status||Summary (2 tasks)|
|SME Contribs||10alpha||RESOLVED||First import to SME10 tree [smeserver-domains]|
|9572||SME Contribs||9.1||CONFIRMED||allow to create pseudonyms on admin|
Only versions released in smecontrib are listed here.