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Old 3rd November 2010, 16:48
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Default DNS working?

Hey,

whenever I add a site to the system, I have to configure all manually. Shouldn't the system at least add a DNS zone for the domain automatically?

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Old 3rd November 2010, 16:51
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whenever I add a site to the system, I have to configure all manually.
Yes.

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Shouldn't the system at least add a DNS zone for the domain automatically?
No, for the following reasons:

1) Not everyone runs his own dns server on the ispconfig system.
2) Even if you run a own dns server, this does not nescessarily mean that the local dns server is the one to be used for this specific domain.

We will add wizards to create websites and dns records and maildomain at once in a future version.
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