Create new PostOffice

Hi Forum,

I want to create a new PostOffice on the server2 where domain2 is running. But for some reasons I want this PO to be owned by domain1, which is running on server 1. But PO/POA should run on server2.
What's the easiest way to accomplish?

I know its a bit wired, but seems to fit best here. Reasons are visibility in the system address book and the available hardware resources of the two servers :)

Once I moved/migrated an existing PO from server1/domain1 to server2/domain2 but its still listed under domain1 / owned by domain1. This is running without any trouble so I want the same setup for the new PO like this one.

Cheers,
Pascal

  • Go to https://ipofdomain2:9710/gwadmin-console/install.



    Then you can create a new PO that will reside on the server where domain2 is located. Be sure to set the PO owning domain as domain1



    --Morris




    >>> bendeichp<bendeichp@no-mx.forums.microfocus.com> 6/10/2015 3:36 AM >>>




    Hi Forum,

    I want to create a new PostOffice on the server2 where domain2 is
    running. But for some reasons I want this PO to be owned by domain1,
    which is running on server 1. But PO/POA should run on server2.
    What's the easiest way to accomplish?

    I know its a bit wired, but seems to fit best here. Reasons are
    visibility in the system address book and the available hardware
    resources of the two servers :)

    Once I moved/migrated an existing PO from server1/domain1 to
    server2/domain2 but its still listed under domain1 / owned by domain1.
    This is running without any trouble so I want the same setup for the new
    PO like this one.

    Cheers,
    Pascal


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  • Hi Morris,

    thanks for that hint. This seems to perfectly fit my needs.

    Cheers,
    Pascal