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Old 1st June 2006, 18:21
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Originally Posted by miha1978
Is ISPConfig creating automatically
> MX records for example.com on my server
Only if you check the "Default MX" checkbox. You must check this for every domain/subdomain that you want to receive emails for. If you create a web site www.example.com and check "Default MX", then an MX record will be created for www.example.com, allowing to receive emails for user@www.example.com. If you want to have an MX record for example.com, go to the Co-Domains tab and check "Default MX" for the Co-Domain example.com.

But it might be easier not to use the "Default MX" checkboxes and create your MX records in the DNS Manager. That's how I do it. I always create an A record like mail.example.com, and then an MX record for example.com pointing to mail.example.com.


Quote:
Originally Posted by miha1978
> Please enter the IP address of the ISPConfig web: E.g.
> 192.168.0.1 <--I put a fixed IP address of my machine running
> (in my case is 80.253.170.37) is that okay because all that
> forum guys confuse me
You must use the IP address you see for eth0 when you run
Code:
ifconfig
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