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Old 12th October 2012, 17:30
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I noticed when logged in as an admin, and you try to create an email address for a domain that belongs to a client, in the table: mail_user, the sys_userid assigned to that email address is 1 (which is the admin's). I thought this ID should be for the client him self who anyways owns the email domain.
The id has to be 1 and not the id of the client. So ispconfig is correct here.

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However if the client him self creates the email address, then the sys_userid assigned is that of the client him self ..
Thats correct as well. The sys_userid identifies the creator of a record and not the owner permissions. The permissions are hendled trough the groups.
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