Step 2 • Receiving Mail from other Mail Servers
The Mail Server Panel
Viewing the stored mail—using a POP3 or IMAP server
Setting up Mail.app—on the server machine, as well as on client machines on the local network
Setting up Mail.app—a general setup that will work for all client machines, either inside or outside the local network
NOTE: New in MailServe for Mountain Lion 6.0.6 - the SASLDB authentication method now allows you to also use plain, login passwords (select Password instead of MD5 Challenge-Response in the pop-up menu, above), to support older mail clients that don't speak CRAM-MD5.
Turning on SSL
Using the Other Features of the Mail Server Panel
Alternate SMTP Port Numbers
The Access Field
The Aliases Field
The Custom Postfix Settings field
Note that you can also add an entry for sales for the primary domain (i.e., firstname.lastname@example.org, above) and point it to another mailbox (i.e. user account) on the server.
This is how you manage the sales@domainB.com account using Mail.app :