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From "John Saxton" <tha...@hotmail.com>
Subject Re: documentation & configuration
Date Mon, 16 Jul 2007 19:56:06 GMT

I think you lost some of your explanation I'm afraid..

>John Saxton ha scritto:
> >> > I looked through the posting archives, but couldn't find an answer to
> >> > the following question - is it possible to have multiple James
> >> instances
> >> > running & have each instance responsible for a predetermined clump
> >> > users?
> >>
> >> users or domains?
> >> Try explaining better what you expect/you're trying to achieve and I'll
> >> try to give you an hint.
> >
> > Is it possible to have multiple james instance servicing one domain,
> > with the users divided between the James instances? I suspect it is, but
> > not sure whether this is immediately configurable.
> > What approach would you take to get this configuration running?
>This is not supported. Depending on the details it can be done via
>configuration or programmatically.
>Then before the HostIsLocal+LocalDelivery you use
>RecipientIsRegex+RemoteDelivery to check if the recipient is for the
>other server. In this case you have a custom remotedelivery (with its
>own spool, separated from the outgoin) that deliver mails to the other
>JAMES server (you can use the gateway configuration).
>The same thing can be done in the other server.
>Otherwise you can also use the ToRepository to place mails in a given
>repository instead of using the RemoteDelivery and move the mail via SMTP.
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