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Kira 29th September 2011 12:01

"Domains" Tab

I just saw the Domains-Tab - seems to be new? At least I never saw it before.. :)
Can't find anything in the documentation too (I think my documentation is outdated already..)

So, what is it good for?
Looks like I can setup Domains.. but that's possbile in the "Sites" section too, so..?


till 29th September 2011 12:05

The domain tab is available since several versions. It is used to restrict domains that clients can use in their accounts and affects all other modules. It is described in chapter 4.12.1 of the manual (current revision).

Kira 30th September 2011 02:00

Ah okay, I see :)

Sounds nice, but... we have already setuped a lot of sites here, so if I start adding those domains - are the setups for the sites ruined?

For example, we have 3 sites:

If I now add the domain "" in the domains section... what happens to the sites and


till 30th September 2011 11:01

The existing domains get added there, wne the function gets activated.

Kira 20th October 2011 13:35

How do I activate the function?
I only can add new domains when I click on the Domains-Tab..

Or is it activated as soon as I add the first domain and then adds all the other domains automatically?

Also, I have a site and a second site - will this still work after I use the Domains thing? Or do I have to add as a Domain in there too?


falko 21st October 2011 17:49

From the ISPConfig 3 Manual:


This module is active only if you also check the Use the domain-module to add new domains checkbox on the Domains tab under System > System > Interface Config.

cbj4074 21st May 2013 01:36

In the event that anyone else wonders what happened to the "Domains" tab in ISPConfig 3.0.5 (and presumably later), it was moved to "Clients" [tab] -> "Domains" [left sidebar] -> "Domains".


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