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Old 3rd June 2009, 04:46
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Question ISPConfig3 Manual?

Hello group

Just finished following the tutorial: The Perfect Server - Ubuntu 9.04 [ISPConfig 3]

Outstanding as always with anything HTF provides....


I am wondering if there is a manual available?
Seems the new navigation and features are intimidating me just a wee bit.

Immediately I am having issue with assigning an IP Address to newly added sites, the IP Address drop down is only listing an '*' or the primary server IP Address.
In /etc/network/interfaces I have defined multiple interfaces but they are not available for some reason.

Thank you Falko and Till very much for everything you do

Best regards

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Old 3rd June 2009, 08:18
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Hi,

there is no manual available, yet.
Please try logging in as admin user and then go to System -> System -> Edit Server IP.
There you can add IP addresses for your server(s).
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Old 3rd June 2009, 15:56
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Thank you very much Croydon for the reply...

OK that dilemma is solved- now onto a new issue I found this morning...

Edit: I have found that WebMail is now inaccessible today.
I have added only the domain (giganetwireless.net) which hosts the server to ISPConfig3 and my web-site domain (giganetwireless.com).

I have uploaded the contents of a site which uses '.shtml' pages.
When I attempt to view this site I receive '403 Forbidden'.

What might be causing this situation?


Thank you for your time and help.

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I think index.shtml is not a file for DirectoryIndex.

Edit /etc/apache2/mods-enabled/dir.conf

DirectoryIndex index.html index.cgi index.pl index.php index.xhtml index.htm

add the file "index.shtml" to the end of that list.
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Thank you very much Croydon that did it!

I am trying to access http://giganetwirelss.net/webmail and the server is returning 404 Not Found.

The only sites I have added to ISPConfig3 at this point are giganetwireless.net which is the primary server host and then giganetwirelss.com which is for our web-site.

Have you got an idea what I would check to restore access to 'webmail'?

Thank you once again

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Double check that in /var/www there is a symlink "webmail" to /usr/share/squirrelmail
Maybe you forgot to set this (or the squirrel setup)
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You can access the webmail over the IP address only if you selected * for all created sites. Otherwise the sites vhost get precedence over the default vhost so you can not access webmail anymore. In this case you can e.g. make a symlink in the websites directories that point to the webmail sources or you craete a website for webmail.yourdomain.com and then install a webmail application of your choice in this website.
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Double check that in /var/www there is a symlink "webmail" to /usr/share/squirrelmail
Maybe you forgot to set this (or the squirrel setup)
Hi Croydon

Thank you for the reply...

I was sure to apply the symlink 'webmail' within /var/www dir during the installation / setup using the tutorial.

I will look over Till' reply and try adding another domain to ISPConfig3 (mymail.giganetwireless.net) and then move the contents of 'webmail' into that site and see if things work that way.

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You can access the webmail over the IP address only if you selected * for all created sites. Otherwise the sites vhost get precedence over the default vhost so you can not access webmail anymore. In this case you can e.g. make a symlink in the websites directories that point to the webmail sources or you craete a website for webmail.yourdomain.com and then install a webmail application of your choice in this website.
Hi Till

Thank you for the reply...

EDIT: OHHH, I see I set both sites to use '*' from the IP Address drop-down and SqirrellMail is available again!

Please see my next posting as I am now trying to deal with something new.


Thanking you in advance for your help Till.

Best Regards

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Hello Till

SOLVED: I had to remove the domain from mydestination in PostFix then reload PostFix- ALL IS GREAT THANK YOU VERY MUCH!

EDIT 2: It appears that ALL E-Mail being sent to the domain 'giganetwireless.net' is seeing a response from PostFix OR ISPConfig claiming 'unknown user' at the domain giganetwireless.net.

After regaining access to SquirrellMail I logged into a users account and sent an E-Mail out to one of my Gmail accounts successfully.

From Gmail however when I try to reply I receive an error notice:

Code:
<usermagic@giganetwireless.net>: unknown user: "usermagic"

Final-Recipient: rfc822; usermagic@giganetwireless.net
Original-Recipient: rfc822;usermagic@giganetwireless.net
Action: failed
Status: 5.1.1
Diagnostic-Code: X-Postfix; unknown user: "usermagic"

I tailed '/var/log/mail.log' while Gmail attempted sending to the giganetwireless.net server- following is the results of that:
Code:
Jun  3 17:47:00 giganetwireless postfix/smtpd[25291]: connect from mail-ew0-f219.google.com[209.85.219.219]
Jun  3 17:47:01 giganetwireless postfix/trivial-rewrite[25312]: warning: do not list domain giganetwireless.net in BOTH mydestination and virtual_mailbox_domains
Jun  3 17:47:01 giganetwireless postfix/smtpd[25291]: D3273B8C1E8: client=mail-ew0-f219.google.com[209.85.219.219]
What could be the cause of this strange behaviour?

Thank you for your suggestions.

Best Regards

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