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Old 1st October 2012, 01:19
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Default Re-Associate Server with Master Server in Multiserver Setup

I followed the multiserver setup How To for Debian.

I have a mail server within the setup that is partially not working. It performs most tasks as needed, but it will not create new email domains. I have tried resolving the issue the last couple of weeks through the help of this forum.

Is there a way I can simply re-associate the mail server with the main server in the setup?

What would happen if I uninstall ISPConfig from the mail server and then reinstalled? Would I have to recreate the email domains and mailboxes through the ISPConfig administration panel on the main server or would the data in the database get mirror onto the server once reinstalled?

I am about at the point where I need to stand up a new mail server to fix this problem.
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