The situation is as follows:-
I have a Debian Woody box (IP 192.168.1.25) on an eircom DSL line.
Currently, port 80 (external) on the Netopia Cayman is mapped to port 80
on the Debian box, which is fine if I want to visit the website at
However, I have recently set up a webmail interface, and would like to
use mail.domain.com to point to a different Apache DocumentRoot.
I should point out (in case it's relevant) that reverse DNS is not set
up on this as nobody I've spoken to in eircom seemed to understand what
reverse DNS is.
The current stanza in Apache does not provide the desired result, I hope
someone may be able to assist:-
ServerAdmin postmaster at domain.com
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