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ChristianFe 6th June 2009 12:26

Few minor post install problems
 
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I've got ISPConfig 3.0.1.3 running on a Debian 5.0 system, following Falko's howto. Everything runs smooth, emails get checked for spam/viruses. Great so far.

Now I've got a few questions that I didn't find answers for yet:

1. To deactivate DNS (to save RAM) can I just stop the mydns daemon? I'm using external DNS services for all my domains so there's no need for a DNS running on my server.

2. I'd like recognised spam mails to be put in a "SPAM" subfolder of the mail inbox. I've set a mail filter rule for a test mailbox (see attached picture) but the spam mails just disappear. How do I do this right ? Do I need to create a "SPAM" subfolder first and use something like Inbox.SPAM as the target ?

3. What do I need to change in the apache configuration to enable mail.* to point to a webmail vhost ?

4. How do I disable the apache to listen on the server's IP itself ?

I guess 3 and 4 I can figure out on my own, but any help for 1 and 2 would be greatly appreaciated.

Thanks also for the great installation howto

A great weekend to all of you and many thanks in advance

Chris

falko 7th June 2009 17:29

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Originally Posted by ChristianFe (Post 192571)
1. To deactivate DNS (to save RAM) can I just stop the mydns daemon? I'm using external DNS services for all my domains so there's no need for a DNS running on my server.

Yes, you can just stop MyDNS.


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