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Adding domain to a realm in Domain PRO
 
Adding domain to a realm in Domain PRO
  
*As the Site Admin, change to the realm the domain is to be added to.
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*As a CanIt user with admin privileges for the realm, change to the realm the domain is to be added to.
 
*Add the Setup->Realm Mappings to link domain names to this Realm.
 
*Add the Setup->Realm Mappings to link domain names to this Realm.
 
*Add the Setup->Domain Routing, so CanIt knows where real mail goes to.
 
*Add the Setup->Domain Routing, so CanIt knows where real mail goes to.
*If using a directory, LDAP(Active Directory), POP3 or IMAP, create the Setup->User Lookups that will use.
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*If using a directory for recipient verification/stream or user authentication - LDAP(Active Directory), POP3 or IMAP - create the Setup->User Lookups that will be use. You may have more than one user lookup in the realm depending on how it will be used.
 
*Setup one of the followng three options to allow CanIt to do recipient verificantion (Definitions and options [https://www.roaringpenguin.com/recipient-verification Click here])
 
*Setup one of the followng three options to allow CanIt to do recipient verificantion (Definitions and options [https://www.roaringpenguin.com/recipient-verification Click here])
 
**If you are going to validate email address against your email server then create a Setup->Verification Server entry for each domain which points to the hostname of IP address of the server.
 
**If you are going to validate email address against your email server then create a Setup->Verification Server entry for each domain which points to the hostname of IP address of the server.
**If you are going to use AD/LDAP directory for validation
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**Or, if you are going to use AD/LDAP directory for validation
**Finally option is to create and enable a Rules->Valid Recipients table.
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**Or, as a finally option, create and enable a Rules->Valid Recipients table.
*Add Setup->Domain Mapping to match the appropriate method chosen previously.
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*Add Setup->Domain Mapping for the domain to define the method to be used for streaming email addresses through its quarantine/stream.
 
*Point the MX records to the CanIt machine for the domain.
 
*Point the MX records to the CanIt machine for the domain.
  
 
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Revision as of 17:00, 20 February 2017

Adding domain to a realm in Domain PRO

  • As a CanIt user with admin privileges for the realm, change to the realm the domain is to be added to.
  • Add the Setup->Realm Mappings to link domain names to this Realm.
  • Add the Setup->Domain Routing, so CanIt knows where real mail goes to.
  • If using a directory for recipient verification/stream or user authentication - LDAP(Active Directory), POP3 or IMAP - create the Setup->User Lookups that will be use. You may have more than one user lookup in the realm depending on how it will be used.
  • Setup one of the followng three options to allow CanIt to do recipient verificantion (Definitions and options Click here)
    • If you are going to validate email address against your email server then create a Setup->Verification Server entry for each domain which points to the hostname of IP address of the server.
    • Or, if you are going to use AD/LDAP directory for validation
    • Or, as a finally option, create and enable a Rules->Valid Recipients table.
  • Add Setup->Domain Mapping for the domain to define the method to be used for streaming email addresses through its quarantine/stream.
  • Point the MX records to the CanIt machine for the domain.