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Old 27th March 2007, 21:27
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Default ISPConfig and Google Apps

Greetings,

In addition to my current problem in another thread, I have a new one.

When I'm trying to set up Google Apps for one domain, it gives me

This or a similar MX Record does already exist in this zone.

And when I try to set it up for my second domain, it still gives it to me.

Now, I'm leaving hostname blank, and priorities the same as google apps is asking... Any other information needed?

Demortes

P.S. When is hostname supposed to be used? When a subdomain needs it's own? Like blah@sub.serenity-tech.com? Hostname == sub?

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