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Old 22nd June 2006, 23:54
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Originally Posted by ignasigarcia
2.- We will be using, beside regular pop3 and imap access, squirrelmail for webmail access. I've read people having problems with user@www.domain.org instead of user@domain.org accounts. I've checked /etc/virtusertable and both entries are included. It seems confusing. What's the deal on this?
If you have a user someuser and a web site www.example.com with the Co-Domain example.com, then ISPConfig configures the email addresses someuser@www.example.com and someuser@example.com. Normally you'd only use the latter, but there are cases where customers want to have email addresses of the first form.
You can disable this by setting any Co-Domain/main domain of the web site to "External Mailserver". Then the respective email addresses will not be written to /etc/postfix/virtusertable.
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