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Re: This might be a stupid question but...



> I figured that BIND wasn't quite so smart but i wanted to make
> certain.  So really the only way to make certain of delivery, if you
> have a setup like this, is to create aliases on both hosts...sucky.
> 

Sorry, but I have to defind BIND. It's job is to tell you where servers
and machines are not where users are hiding.

The MTA (Sendmail e.g) is supposed to handle email/users.

You could also consider NFS mounting the mail(very ugly but workable)
and/or creating scripts
that cause people to go to their specific mail server. Additionally, the
reply to could point it to server #1 or #2.

eg. blah didi umn edu reply to becomes blah smtp two umn edu
    blarf gaga umn edu reply to becomes blah smtp one umn edu

Just a few suggestions.	

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