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Old 2nd July 2006, 00:39
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Default Email problems lead to apache problems

I am having trouble with email addresses. I can't make an address with my domain name alone.

I would like to have:

What I get is:

If I create an email on a subdomain I get:

I don't want any subdomains in my email addresses. What I did was erase my my hostname (www) from my domain then hit save thinking that would give me the email domain names I wanted. Then I added a cname record for (www) to redirect (www) to example.com.

I haven't had a chance to see if it fixed my email problem but it did break my website. I don't have www.example.com any more. I have tried changing things back the way they were but it does nothing.

If I go to example.com all of my pictures are linked to www.example.com so everything doesn't look so good. If I use https://www.example.com everything works fine.

http://www.example.com is broke.

https://www.example.com works?
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