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Old 13th January 2008, 21:50
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Unhappy Problem deleting client...

Using ISPconfig 2.2.19/Apache

Logged in as Admin or Reseller it's not possible deleting a client.
Client doesn't show in left column but using the "Search-option" on client's name after a dlete-action gives as a result the deleted clientinfo and trying to add a new client with the same info as the "deleted" client gives as result the message that a client with the same domain already exists.
It's a clean install of ISPconfig and only a few clients are added so far so it's a pilotsituation.

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Old 13th January 2008, 21:53
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Did you empty the "Recycle Bin" in ISPconfig?
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