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Old 21st May 2007, 21:36
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well, I deleted it from local-host-names... it recreates it upon any change in ISPConfig...

How do I prevent it? External mailserver is set on everything. Please, help me.
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Old 21st May 2007, 22:28
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is the domain identical with the hostname of your server, the one that you get with the command:

hostname

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hostname -f
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Old 22nd May 2007, 01:51
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web1_kdethlefs@stserver:/etc/postfix$ hostname
stserver.serenity-tech.com

web1_kdethlefs@stserver:/etc/postfix$ hostname -f
stserver.serenity-tech.com

But why would that add fireflythemud.com?
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Old 22nd May 2007, 01:55
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web1_kdethlefs@stserver:/etc/postfix$ dnsdomainname
serenity-tech.com
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Old 22nd May 2007, 06:23
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Any ideas?
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Old 22nd May 2007, 11:15
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Ok, then fireflythemud.com is a co-domain of one of your websites. Open this co-domain and set it to external mailserver under options (I'am reading about the options of the co-domain, not the options of the website!).
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Ok, then fireflythemud.com is a co-domain of one of your websites. Open this co-domain and set it to external mailserver under options (I'am reading about the options of the co-domain, not the options of the website!).
As I have previously stated. Every domain, every item that has anything pointing to it, is set to external mail server. I don't understand the difference between domain and co-domain, but I do know that the domains I do have are set to be hosted by two seperate accounts, and are set both to external mailserver, since both use google Apps.
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Old 22nd May 2007, 17:30
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Please execute the following SQL statement in your ISPConfig database (e.g. with phpmyadmin) and post the result:

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SELECT domain_host, domain_domain, domain_local_mailserver FROM isp_isp_domain
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Please execute the following SQL statement in your ISPConfig database (e.g. with phpmyadmin) and post the result:

Unneeded. I found my problem and I ought to be shot. Co-Domains is an actual setting in ISPConfig... I decided that I would check all settings, just to be sure I didn't miss it. Low and behold, there is a... *gasp* Co-domains tab. I clicked on each domain, clicked their only entries, and options, changed it to External Mailserver, like you told me in the first place. Problem solved. I really apologize Till, I know I was being a pain in the butt.

Thank you for your help.
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