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Old 12th November 2006, 20:57
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Default Email Problem - Domains dont get mail

Hey guys,

I got a strange Problem with ISPConfig.

I'm using it for a year now and I am pretty happy except for one thing:

I Have a root domain which is equal with my hosting providing company's name and this domain has several email addresses which all work perfectly.

I have created this root domain as a customer in ISPConfig and the office address has the catchall tag.

Now if I create a customer/web with an own domain this domain is not able to receive emails. The users from that domain is registered correctly and the Server accepts the login. It even can send mails from to the world but if someone sends a mail to that customers domain, its instantly in the inbox of my office@rootdomain's catchall address.

Any suggestions?

Regards, Chris
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