The Perfect Server - Ubuntu 9.10 [ISPConfig 3]
In your tutorial "The Perfect Server - Ubuntu 9.10 [ISPConfig 3]" I
> used the hostname "*server1.example.com*" with my actual IP address
> 192.168.x.xx and the gateway 192.168.x.x. throughout the tutorial which
> eventually went smoothly after doing so. As I'm very new to working with
> code (windows user), I was wondering if you could help me by telling me
> how to edit "*example.com*" to the domain name that I have registered
> and plan to use (mysite.co.uk).
> After several attempts, (I'm a new user of Ubuntu) at the tutorial I
> succeded. When I entered the address of server as you instructed and the
> ISPConfig login window came up I was very pleased. I then logged
> in to view and explore the settings and option menus.
> Another problem that I have not solved yet is how do I login to webmail,
> perhaps you can help!
> Thank you for opportunity of this tutorial, well done.
You can change the hostname in /etc/hostname and in /etc/hosts. You might also have to change it in /etc/postfix/main.cf. Reboot the system afterwards.
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