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Old 21st February 2006, 21:52
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- Should I turn off Bind9 and how?
If you use EasyDNS to manage all your DNS records, then yes. You can use the ISPConfig interface to turn off Bind: Management -> Server -> Services.

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- Should I point to their nameservers?
No, that's not necessary.

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There is no problem seeing the ISPConfig server from outside, but I have difficulties to set subdomains as "user1.example.com" and "user2.example.com" so that they point to different web pages.
Just create the appropriate DNS records for user1.example.com and user2.example.com with EasyDNS, and then create two new web sites in ISPConfig, one for user1.example.com, the other one for user2.example.com.
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