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Old 25th May 2007, 10:34
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Quick question for radmin_h..

When you are creating the co-domain for * example.com are you checking the option for ISPConfig to create the DNS records for you?

I'm still having problems with getting it to re-write, using a recently updated ISPConfig setup with the same details from above, i'm including the user_rewrite.conf in the Apache Directives in ISPConfig via:
Code:
RewriteEngine On
Include /etc/apache2/user_rewrite.conf
My DNS info for my domain currently:
Code:
A Record 
  IP-Adresse  	  Hostname 
  72.148.231.196  	  www 
 
  CNAME 
  Hostname  	  Target 
  *  	  serverhash.com 
 
  MX 
  Mailserver  	  Hostname 
  www.serverhash.com  	  www 
  www.serverhash.com  	   

  SPF 
Hostname
serverhash.com
Does this appear to be correct?
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