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sygram 7th February 2007 18:09

email forwarding issue
 
Greetings,

first of all i would like to thank the developers of this software, for the good job they have done.

I have one issue with email forwarding. Let's say that i have a domain mydomain.com . I created one email account info@mydomain.com and a second one ask@mydomain.com . The problem is that when i set ask@mydomain.com to forward the emails to info@mydomain.com it does not do it :( . If i set it to forward to an email account not hosted at the same server it does it with no problem...

Does anyone have a clue on what do i have to do ?

Thanks in advance

Leon

falko 8th February 2007 20:41

What's in the mail log when the problem occurs?
Do you use ISPConfig?

sygram 8th February 2007 20:53

Thanks for the reply.

Yeap i use the latest version of ISPConfig .

Actually unfortunately, i did not check the log file. I deleted the second account and tried to add an alias to the first, so i entered at the appropriate field the value with no @ bit. I tried to save it but it would not save this setting. I thought that it could be , because i had set this account as catch all. So now i have only one account. The strange thing though is that today i could not access my web pages. The owner of the folder www.mydomain.com was changed to something else than apache. Is it because i set this email account as admin ?

My installation is fedora 5, following the "perfect setup" topic.

Best Regards

Leon

falko 9th February 2007 15:35

Quote:

Originally Posted by sygram
The owner of the folder www.mydomain.com was changed to something else than apache. Is it because i set this email account as admin ?

Yes, that's right.


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