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Old 14th March 2006, 08:56
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Originally Posted by benbalbo
Thanks again Till, I wasn't aware of that tab :-)

Now I have another problem though - having made that change.

I have 10 clients who use theirname.main-domain.com and I've set up the site to have theirname as the host and main-domain.com as the domain name.

There are now many entries in isp_isp_domain with host NULL and domain main-domain.com. I've also noticed that if these clients wish to create an email address for themselves, it's set as @main-domain.com, not @theirname.main-domain.com

I presume that I have to put theirname.main-domain.com as the domain, and leave the hostname blank?

I'll try it and see what happens, but would like to know what the 'official' way os to set these up.

Thanks,
Ben

If you create a new website like user.domain.com, please check if ISPConfig created a new co-domain with empty host automatically. You must delete these automatically created co-domains. This is fixed in ISPConfig 2.2.0.
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