Mailing List Message #97533
From: Lyle Giese <>
Subject: Re: Same Domain, Different Server
Date: Mon, 16 Mar 2009 11:11:48 -0500
To: CommuniGate Pro Discussions <>
Use the router for two accounts.  Then emails are forwarded instantly
before they hit the account.

Lyle wrote:
> That's a good idea, but some emails I (we) get are very time
> sensitive, so the 2 min poll is a little long. There's got to be an
> easy way, with the router, rules, or something.
> What is I made a rule that said:
> To          is
> Redirect           to 
> Would that work?
> I just need to tell the main cgpro server that mail for a specific 2
> accounts need to be forwarded to a different server. Thanks for the
> reply, any other ideas?
> On Mon, 16 Mar 2009 09:56:14 -0500
>  Wayne Gamble <> wrote:
>> If you are only going to be running two accounts on the Community
>> Edition server, you could probably just download the mail from the
>> primary server via RPOP.
>> On Mar 16, 2009, at 8:27 AM, wrote:
>>> Hi All,
>>> Any way to have the same domain on a different server? For example,
>>> here at we have 3k users with an older version of
>>> CGPro. I want to upgrade to the latest version with Mobility and
>>> Pronto. I've tested Mobility on my iPod Touch with a different
>>> domain and I love it. Our CEO has an iPhone and I want to setup his
>>> email address with Mobility on my test Community
>>> Edition server. I think it will work fine, I just have to get our
>>> main server to forward his email account (and mine) to a secondary
>>> server.
>>> So the main server is "".
>>> I can setup on my test server and create his account
>>> and mine. I can name it or whatever. Outgoing
>>> SMTP shouldn't be an issue, but his email will come in to
>>> So how can I tell the server
>>> to forward all emails to mine and his account to
>>> Maybe via the router somehow?
>>> Thanks for any help you can provide...
>>> Best Regards,
>>> ~Will

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