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Old 9th February 2013, 00:19
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Default Changing some configuration values

After setting up a new mailbox account in ISPConfig the user gets the following:

From: "ISPConfig" <postmaster@localhost.localdomain>
<edit skip rest of header>
Body:
Welcome to your new email account. Your webmaster.

How do you change these values - especially the from address? The manual has a hint about the message body in 4.9.5.1 saying it's under mail --> en_mail_user.lng but looking in there.. it's not there.

Also I have a second question. If you install ISPConfig without having installed, for instance, libapache2-mod-suphp libapache2-mod-ruby and maybe others, Does ISPConfig notice and disable options for these types of web setups, or does it mess the entire thing up because they are not there?
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