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Old 26th May 2007, 15:08
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Originally Posted by pjdevries
I figured it out. I'm still a Linux newbie so it took me some time before inspecting /etc/postfix/virtusertable. In there I discovered that the actual e-mail address created for the user of the subdomain is not user2@domain.tld, as ISPConfig shows on the ISP USer form, but user2@user2.domain.tld, just as one might expect. So the apparent problem turns out to be a small bug in ISPConfig.
No thats not a bug, thats the intended behaviour. Email addresses where created for the main domain and all co-domains of a website if you do not set a domain to external mailserver.

You just missed to create a co-domain with empty hostname for this website. This co-domain is created automatically when you did not set the domain limit too low.
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