% su fml % makefml newml MLIf ML without @domain part is specified, the domain of the ML is treated as the default domain. Both ML and ML@DOMAIN form is o.k. for the default domain.
Example: In the case of default domain: % makefml newml elena % makefml newml firstname.lastname@example.orgIn the case of virtual domain, you should specify the address with the domain such as user@domain form as ML string.
See the section the Chapter called Create ML On Unix for more details.
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