Allow creating separate E-Mail Adresses for Domain Aliases
I would like to be able to create own e-mail addresses for Domain Aliases. Let's say i have example.com as domain and add example.net as alias, now i would like to create e-mail adresses for example.net (alias domain) only which are NOT available on example.com and vice versa.
Rodrigo Leytón commented
It is exasperating not to have a solution for this.
Sebastian Ayala commented
Mike Biolsi commented
After using programs like SmarterMail, Plesk email seems to really lack some functions. If you have the ability to have a domain alias, how hard would it be to allow that domain to send messages and also to check webmail.domainalias.com?
This is a VERY BIG omission, IMO.
Jürgen Kemke commented
It is very important for me to have independent email addresses. Per example:
If I want to run a shop with several sub-shops, each with their own domain addresses, then different mail addresses must be possible for different languages.
firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com and so on.
Therefore it is essential for such cases to use your own mail addresses for domain aliases.
Checkbox to ask the user "Create aliases for this email account too" during the email account creation, maybe?
It doesn't directly solve the issue of creating an alias-only address, or using an alias address as sender, but it opens the ability to have only some emails have all the other domains as aliases configured, instead of having to disable the mail service completely when you would like just "info@" having all the aliases and no other inbox.
Or, as there is the ability to select which domain (ex. "@example.com" or "@example.net") to create the account for, include the aliases too in the domain selection dropdown.
Currently, when I am adding a new domain as alias, all e-mail accounts on the main domain automatically receive the emails through the alias domain, too. But it is not possible to write an e-mail from this address, the alias domain cannot be the sender atm.
I have to add the single domain to the subscription and create a htaccess or php redirect (because the Forwarding option does not allow a Let's Encrypt Certificate) just to be able to create an e-mail account.