Ubuntu :: Add A Local Domain Alias ?

Jun 28, 2010

Is there anyway we can add a local domain alias so that if we enter [url] in the browser it would point to [url]

In Windows XP I used to do it by editing the "hosts" file from the following directory

Code:

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How do we do the same thing on Ubuntu 9.04?

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I set up a mailserver using this tutorial:[URL].. It works fine so far. I run this server for a small company with about 20 mailboxes where a address looks like that.[URL].. Now I want to set up an alias domain so that [URL].. also automatically is directed into the mailbox of "user".

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Code:

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[code]....

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user3@[URL]

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fetchmailrc config:
[Code]....

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Backround:

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[Code]....

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Code:
service pop3
{
disable = no
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[Code].....

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dammit... all that typing and I hit the wrong "submit" button. *sigh*

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Code:
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[code]....

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