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



You could do an nfs of the home directories, then you wouldn't have to
alias...  Just an annoying thought.

Karl L. Pearson
Senior uniVerse Database Analyst
Senior Unix/NT/Win Analyst
karlp colubs com

On Tue, 30 May 2000, mjn wrote:

-->Date: Tue, 30 May 2000 15:55:48 -0500 (CDT)
-->From: mjn <mjn tc umn edu>
-->Resent-from: redhat-install-list redhat com
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-->To: redhat-install-list redhat com
-->Subject: Re: This might be a stupid question but...
-->
-->On Tue, 30 May 2000, Henri J. Schlereth wrote:
-->
-->> 
-->> Sorry, but the MX records merely give weighted deliver preferences,
-->> if the user is not on the first mail server it gets bounced. The second
-->> mail server only kicks in if the first is unreachable. Sounds like
-->> someone needs to buy some books like DNS&BIND 3rd Edition (O'Reily)
-->> and/or if use Sendmail the "bat" book (also O'Reilly)
-->> 
-->> Henri
-->> 
-->> 
-->
-->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.
-->
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