[quote user="yravi"] Our institution has 2 mail servers on different domains maintained by 2 ISP's across the globe.[/quote]
Email is routed based on mx-pointers within the dns. For your two domains, the mx-pointers either go to you ISP or to your XP machine.
If the mx-pointers point to your XP-machine all e-mails will be delivered to it, and received by using MercuryS, SMTP Server.
If they point to your ISP, you can collect all the mail by the XP box, so that your users later can retrieve the emails. The module to use to download mail from your ISPs is MercuryD.
[quote user="yravi"] vbsa.com
Configure these two domains in "Configuration" | "Mercury Core Module Configuration" tab "Local domains"
[quote user="yravi"] we have 10 to 15 mail-id on each mail server. I want to configure my Windows XP box which is connected to Broad Band Internet connection and have installed mercury/32 on it to distribute mails to the clients on outlook express in the LAN. Bascially I want my XP system to work as a mails hub.
Under "Configuration" | "Manage Local users", you add mailboxes. A mailbox works like your mailbox by the road, it can receive mail addressed to many nick-names as long as the delivery address is correct. A delivery address is set up using aliases.
Under "Configurarion" | "Aliases", you tell that email@example.com should go to the "real address" which is the local mailbox, you can also add any other alias to be delivered to the same mailbox (ie "Real Address".
Hope this helps