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exy123 12th December 2005 09:14

"Real user Accounts"
 
Hey

I started to test ispconfig for use as system for a server which does email for more than one domain , I saw the post about one can only use real system users for email access ...

Now my question is if the server serves mail for 5 domains , how would one setup pete@domain1.com and pete@domainb.com and seperate thier mail ? Also how does one tie in the real systems users with the ones created trhough ispconfig to refelct all relevant traffic and qouta usage ?

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till 12th December 2005 09:33

Quote:

Originally Posted by exy123
Hey

I started to test ispconfig for use as system for a server which does email for more than one domain , I saw the post about one can only use real system users for email access ...

Now my question is if the server serves mail for 5 domains , how would one setup pete@domain1.com and pete@domainb.com and seperate thier mail ?

The part in front of the @ is not the username. You have usernames like web1_pete with the email address pete@domain1.com and web2_pete with the email address pete@domain2.com.


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Also how does one tie in the real systems users with the ones created trhough ispconfig to refelct all relevant traffic and qouta usage ?
Dont know what you mean with this. ISPCOnfig creates normal system users and all restriczions like quotas are set for them by ISPConfig.


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