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I am working on a Drupal 7 site which lets users to register using their email, when the user verifies their email address, I am planning to create new email address for them to use, which has extensions as my domain.

Suppose my Domain is http://abcd.com When Mr. X YZ register and verify his registration he will automatically get new email address from me as x.yz@abcd.com.

How do I accomplish this with Drupal ? Can this be done via server-side if so then I have Nginx server, do I need SMPT {} Block for that ?

I was thinking to ask users to use google mail service to login to their email address provided by me. Still, not sure how to accomplish that one as well.

I feel I am really missing something, as I was searching around, there were few suggestions about Postfix but I really don't know what it is, and how it works.

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Nginx won't help you. It can act as a mail proxy. But you need an MTA: Sendmail, Postfix to create a new mail account on your domain. Take a look here:

https://stackoverflow.com/questions/5273163/how-can-create-email-id-using-shell-exec-or-exec-in-php

You will require root permissions.

  • I felt so, now I have to install Postfix and make it work with Drupal !!! – user12947 Mar 26 '13 at 23:27

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