I downloaded the plugin from ISPConfig's site to a local machine, connected to my ISPConfig server, went to: [Management] -> [Update Manager|Update] -> Then continued to browse for my downloaded plugin on the local machine and and clicked on install.
After all that, it notifies me that installation was completed.
Now when I send an email out through Squirrel Mail (after setting up an "user & email" for a site ie. firstname.lastname@example.org
) using said user to an external email acount, the message received shows "email@example.com"
Now, I couldn't figure this out at first, but found a hint in the forums about the SM config.php file and began to look in there.
Found: $domain = 'example.com
It is working, but it is attaching the wrong domain to the user. If overide this (with ddsi-ny.com), does this become static and all my users even on other virtual sites/domains be sending out mail with "firstname.lastname@example.org" instead of "user@thier_domain.tld"?
or is there an updated plugin with a fix for this already in it?, or
my installation is messed up and should try and reinstall the plugin.
Please advise, does the domain on the e-mail come from SM's config.php, emailname, or parsed from virtusertable or hostname, or other?
Where should I start?
Another question is, is the "Virtual Users And Domains With Postfix, Courier And MySQL (+ SMTP-AUTH, Quota, SpamAssassin, ClamAV)
" tutorial made part or implemented ISPconfig?