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From "Daniel Perry" <d.pe...@netcase.co.uk>
Subject RE: Basic JAMES questions
Date Mon, 07 Jun 2004 09:55:49 GMT
As it stands, your mail server is on whatever domain you pointed to:

The issues you ask except no 4 are all domain name related, and nothing to
do with james.  James is on that IP address.  Any domain names you point to
that IP address can be used to access james.

As for number 4 you want to set james in the config to accept mail for the
kingdomrpg.com it's the domain list section.

You can access pop and smtp at :  (no name as you need to do
that with your domain name)

If you want to use pop/smtp/mail/etc .kingdomrpg.com for the server, you
need to set up an "A" name record with your nameserver, pointing
mail.kingdomrpg.com to  Same for smtp/pop.  Of course there
is no need to do this... you just use as the smtp server/pop
server address in your client. Or you can

One thing you MUST do to accept mail for your real domain is to set up an MX
record.  Set the MX record with your dns to e.g. mail.kingdomrpg.com then an
A record for mail.kingdomrpg.com to

Hope that clears it up a bit for you.


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Blake Watson [mailto:dsbw@pacbell.net]
> Sent: 06 June 2004 23:30
> To: James Users List
> Subject: Re: Basic JAMES questions
> Hello, James Users List!
> 	I'm setting up James to handle my domain mail. (kingdomrpg.com) I'm
> moving from someone else's server (HostSave) to my own, and the last
> missing piece is mail-server.	I want to set it up and make sure it
> works before transferring the domain, however.
> 	So, I have a couple of very basic questions. I've set up
> James, and I
> think it works, but I realize I don't know how to address the server.
> I know I should be able to send e-mail to user@[] but I
> don't know how to set up my e-mail client to address the POP and SMTP
> servers. This seems to be "everybody knows" type of info since all the
> help I've seen just says "Yeah, now that you've got it running you can
> send your mail out through it."
> 	The simplest questions:
> 	1. Setting aside the domain question, now that I've set up
> James, how
> do I address the incoming mail server. Would it be
> mail.kingdomrpg.com?
> 	2. Would the outgoing be pop.kingdomrpg.com,
> pop3.kingdomrpg.com, or
> smtp.kingdomrpg.com?
> 	3. Now considering the domain, would the incoming and outgoing be
> addressed mail.[]?
> 	4. James can "auto-detect" IPs and domains, I believe. Does
> that mean
> James will be aware when [] = kingdomrpg.com, or should
> I manually enter this stuff?
> 	Thanks for your patience!
> 	===Blake===
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