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Jack-Daniels 26th September 2007 16:22

Email in ISPConfig
 
Nubie here:

I've installed ISPConfig nicely as per the "Perfect Setup" Tutorials as well as the Installation of ISPConfig and its all working nice except:

my email sent to others seem to have this address:

web1_username@example.com

The tld seems to be example.com. I've looked at my main.cf, mailname, virtusertable and cannot find where this is comming from.

Need some help as where else to look to change this.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks,

Jack-Daniels 26th September 2007 17:06

Solution!
 
Nevermind:

Found my answer in /home/adminispconfig/web/squirrelmail/config/config.php

CHANGE THE DOMAIN NAME!

Jack Out!

jag7720 11th November 2007 00:46

Ok, I am having this same issue... It problem is... if I change that setting in

/home/adminispconfig/web/squirrelmail/config/config.php


Then ALL the domains will have what ever I put in there.


How do you fix this so it is a variable and puts in what ever the domain is of the users sending the email

Jack-Daniels 12th November 2007 16:16

Solution to "Example.tld" Problem in Squirrel Mail
 
If you changed anything, restore it to the way it was, NO modifications are needed to the /home/adminispconfig/web/squirrelmail/config/config.php file, everything works after installing the Squirrel Mail Plugin, then read the thread below:

After installing the plugin in ISPConfig read the thread below:

http://www.howtoforge.com/forums/sho...7668#post87668

KEY TO SOLUTION: You have to Configure Squirrel Mail As if it was a Regular E-Mail Client.

Jack


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