Each CommuniGate Pro Domain can have aliases (alternative names). If the client.dom Domain has the mail.client.dom and www.client.dom Domain Aliases, E-mail and Signals directed to email@example.com and to firstname.lastname@example.org will be routed to the email@example.com Account. Also, to access the firstname.lastname@example.org Account via POP, IMAP, XMPP, and other client applications the Account names email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org can be specified in the client settings.
This is especially useful for WebUser clients. Users specify the domain name in their browser URLs, and users of the client.dom Domain tend to use www.client.dom in the browser URLs. You may want to register the www.client.dom domain name with the DNS, assigning it the same IP address as the address assigned to the client.dom Domain, and then you should create the www.client.dom Domain Alias for the client.dom Domain.
You can modify existing Domain Aliases, add an Alias by typing a new name in the empty field, and remove an Alias by deleting it from its field. Use the Update button to update the Domain Aliases list.
The Domain Aliases are stored in the DomainAliases database located in the Settings directory inside the CommuniGate Pro base directory.