When a company changes its name, the company’s domain name often changes as well. Not only does this affect the URL for the company’s website, but also the email addresses of the company’s employees. As a result, email messages often get sent to email addresses using the old domain until all parties involved have been notified of the domain change. This can lead to bounce-back messages and delays in important business correspondence. To ensure that all messages sent to the old domain are still delivered to their intended recipients, we recommend setting up a domain alias. In this video, we show you how this is done using MDaemon and SecurityGateway.
Don’t let important messages get lost due to domain changes. Setting up domain aliases can help ensure that business correspondence is maintained during transition.
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