What is the difference between Linux and virtual email addresses?

There are two types of email addresses in HSPC: Those based on a Linux user, and virtual email addresses. When you configure an email address as username@(multiple domains), this is a Linux user email address. The user name for this email address is "username".

When you configure an email address as username@domainname.com, this is a virtual email address. The user name for this email address is username@domainname.com.

Replace "username" with the actual user name and "domainname.com" with the actual domain name.

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