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Old 5th May 2009, 21:25
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Default More RoundCube user@www.domain.com Questions

Hi All,

I see other threads dealing with the RC user@www.domain.com issue, but the concerns of those threads are not the same concerns I am having.

When a newly created ISPConfig user logs into RC for the first time, his identity is set as user@www.domain.com. This is problematic because those domains whose MX and WWW server differ, end up sending out their emails with an erroneous return address. People replying to those emails end up replying to user@www.domain.com and if the MX server is not the same as the WWW server, then the return emails bounce.

I have been unable to determine whether this is something that I need to fix in ISPConfig or within RC.

Can someone shed any light on how RC constructs this default identity and where I would need to go to affect it?

Thanks

Jon
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