Domain aliases are not required, but are useful for mail systems with more than one incoming mail host. Without the alias feature, if mail is received by test.com and mail.test.com you would have to enter and maintain all your accounts for both domains. By creating an alias for second and third mail hosts received by the same mail server, you can enter each incoming address only once. (Some customers even have mail hosts in different domains, like test.com, and test.com.uk.)
Note the example above treats any mail received at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org as if it were received at email@example.com. This makes maintaining your user database much easier.
Hitting a key will quick scroll to an entry that matches the letter typed (e.g., hit "j" to get to an entry starting with "j").
Command-N selects New for the currently selected item.
Command-X selects Del for the currently selected item.
Command-D selects Dup for the currently selected item.
Command-E selects Edit for the currently selected item.
Command-F and G will perform a Find/Find Again.
Use the arrow keys to move within the list box.
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