Domains are the CommuniGate Pro objects that contain other objects: Accounts, Mailing Lists, Groups, Aliases, Forwarders and Named Tasks. Each Domain has a domain name (client.com, www.company1.com, etc.):
While each CommuniGate Pro Domain has its domain name, it is not necessary to create a separate CommuniGate Pro Domain for each domain name you want to serve. CommuniGate Pro Domains can have Domain Aliases: they allow you to assign several names to the same CommuniGate Pro Domain. For example, the CommuniGate Pro Domain company.com may have a Domain Alias _mail.company.com. In this case all references to the domain name mail.company.com will be processed as references to the company.com CommuniGate Pro Domain.
There is a special CommuniGate Pro Domain, called the Main Domain. Other CommuniGate Pro Domains are called secondary domains. The Main Domain is created as soon as the Server is installed, and its name is specified in the General Settings. If your Server should serve only one Domain, the Main Domain is all you need and there is no need to create secondary domains. The Main Domain name is used as the Server Name.
Each CommuniGate Pro Domain has its own settings and a set of Domain Objects.
See the Domains section for more information about CommuniGate Pro Domains.