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Old 12th August 2005, 11:48
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Originally Posted by hagel
Thank you for all your help, but again, ISPConfig writes to my virtual_maps file, it seems ISPConfig treats it like as if it was virtusertable

Here is a part of my virtual_maps file, which is automatically updated by ISPConfig every time I add a new email.

Code:
###################################
#
# ISPConfig virtusertable Configuration File
#         Version 1.0
#
###################################
bertil@www.schewenius.se    web16_bertil
web16_bertil@www.schewenius.se    web16_bertil
bertil@schewenius.se    web16_bertil
web16_bertil@schewenius.se    web16_bertil
info@www.hagel.cc    web15_info
web15_info@www.hagel.cc    web15_info
info@hagel.cc    web15_info
web15_info@hagel.cc    web15_info
mobil@www.hagel.cc    web15_mobil
web15_mobil@www.hagel.cc    web15_mobil
mobil@hagel.cc    web15_mobil

Is it possible that you put a symlink from virtusertable to virtual_maps?

What did you enter when the ISPConfig installer asked you for the Postfix virtusertable file? /etc/postfix/virtual_maps?
Which value do you see in ISPConfig (Management -> Server -> Settings -> EMail)?
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