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Old 7th February 2006, 15:07
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Default Falko

Yes both are listed in virtusertable:
info@x.nl account x
and
info@y.nl account y

I dont hav etc/aliases id do have an:
etc/postfix/aliases with the following:
# Default aliases file for postfix
#
# this file should be in /etc or in /etc/postfix but if you want it in
# /etc/postfix you'll have to adjust your /etc/postfix/main.cf file accordingly
#
# Aliases in this file will NOT be expanded in the header from
# mail, but WILL be visible over networks or from /bin/mail.
#
# Following alias is required by the mail protocol, RFC 822 (and by RFC2142)
# Set it to the address of a HUMAN who deals with this system's mail problems.
#
# For various security reasons, postfix WILL NOT deliver mail as root, so
# ensure that the root alias is aliased to a HUMAN user, as otherwise
# mail may get delivered to the $default_privs user (nobody).
postmaster: root

# Many mailers use this address to represent the empty SMTP return
# path
MAILER-DAEMON: postmaster


# Common aliases for system accounts.
bin: root
daemon: root
games: root
ingres: root
nobody: root
system: root
toor: root
foo: root
falken: root

# Well-known aliases.
admin: root
manager: root
dumper: root
operator: root

# traps to catch security attacks
decode: root
moof: root
moog: root

# The following aliases are required by RFC 2142
info: staff
marketing: staff
sales: staff
support: staff

# Standard aliases also defined by RFC 2142
abuse: postmaster
# reports of network infrastructure difficulties
noc: root
# address to report secuirty problems
security: root
# DNS administrator (DNS soa records should use this)
hostmaster: root
# Usenet news service administrator
news: usenet
usenet: root
# http/web service administrator
www: webmaster
webmaster: root
# UUCP service administrator
uucp: root
# FTP administrator (especially anonymouse FTP)
ftp: root

# Commonly used group aliases:
#
staff: postmaster
office: postmaster
all: postmaster
tech: postmaster
ops: postmaster

# Person who should get root's mail. This alias
# must exist.
# CHANGE THIS LINE to an account of a HUMAN
root: t.xxx@xxxx.nl
Hope That helps?
By teh way, the virtusertable is soley created by ispconfig..
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Old 7th February 2006, 15:13
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Default Concerning the admispconfig@localhost.polderwerken.nl

Ok, I should not fiddle with that but what is than the point of mails going out to people asking them to mail to admispconfig@localhost.polderwerken.nl for further questions? If the do, the mail wouldnt arrive anywhere?!

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Old 7th February 2006, 19:04
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Ok, I should not fiddle with that but what is than the point of mails going out to people asking them to mail to admispconfig@localhost.polderwerken.nl for further questions? If the do, the mail wouldnt arrive anywhere?!
You can set another server administrator address under Management -> Server -> Settings.

Can you post /etc/postfix/virtusertable (with the real usernames and email addresses - please mark the users you're talking about here) here?

Can you also post the .procmailrc file of user x?
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Old 8th February 2006, 09:49
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You can set another server administrator address under Management -> Server -> Settings.
Thanks Falko, should have known that, stupid me
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Old 13th February 2006, 12:29
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Default concerning mail adressing

Hi Falko back again with a bit mor serious problem. Again mail for one user is routed to another, in this case there are 2 domains
-homeport.nl and
-homeportnoord.nl

now mail for homeportnoord.nl is routed to the homeport mailbox, even though no forward rules are visible in ispconfig. Furtermore it seemde to have worekd once but doesnt anymore. I looked in the virtusertable for postfix and indeed there are entrys wich lead mail for homportnoord.nl to the user (web14...) of homport.nl instead to the user of homeportnoord.nl (web15_...), but why that is, no idea.
borthe procmailrc are empty (only the first standard line is in place).

here the concerning part of the virtuser table:
Quote:

[root@server1 postfix]# vi vir
virtual virtusertable virtusertable~ virtusertable.db
[root@server1 postfix]# vi virtuser
virtusertable virtusertable~ virtusertable.db
[root@server1 postfix]# vi virtusertable
office@worldwidebookers.com web13_ophotel2
web13_ophotel2@worldwidebookers.com web13_ophotel2
mathijs@backoffice.ophotel.nl web13_ophotel3
web13_ophotel3@backoffice.ophotel.nl web13_ophotel3
mathijs@ophotel.nl web13_ophotel3
web13_ophotel3@ophotel.nl web13_ophotel3
mathijs@hotel.ophotel.nl web13_ophotel3
web13_ophotel3@hotel.ophotel.nl web13_ophotel3
mathijs@dehotelwaardecheque.nl web13_ophotel3
web13_ophotel3@dehotelwaardecheque.nl web13_ophotel3
mathijs@worldwidebookers.com web13_ophotel3
web13_ophotel3@worldwidebookers.com web13_ophotel3
info@www.homeport.nl web14_homeport
sailto@www.homeport.nl web14_homeport
web14_homeport@www.homeport.nl web14_homeport
info@homeport.nl web14_homeport
sailto@homeport.nl web14_homeport
web14_homeport@homeport.nl web14_homeport
info@homeportnoord.nl web14_homeport
sailto@homeportnoord.nl web14_homeport
web14_homeport@homeportnoord.nl web14_homeport
info@www.homeportnoord.nl web15_hpnoord
sailto@www.homeportnoord.nl web15_hpnoord
web15_hpnoord@www.homeportnoord.nl web15_hpnoord
info@www.topbroker.nl web16_topbroker
web16_topbroker@www.topbroker.nl web16_topbroker
info@topbroker.nl web16_topbroker
web16_topbroker@topbroker.nl web16_topbroker
info@topbroker.polderwerken.nl web16_topbroker
web16_topbroker@topbroker.polderwerken.nl web16_topbroker
sailto@www.sloepenmakelaardij.nl web17_sloepenm
info@www.sloepenmakelaardij.nl web17_sloepenm
web17_sloepenm@www.sloepenmakelaardij.nl web17_sloepenm
sailto@sloepenmakelaardij.nl web17_sloepenm
info@sloepenmakelaardij.nl web17_sloepenm
web17_sloepenm@sloepenmakelaardij.nl web17_sloepenm
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Any idea??

Ther is some striking difference between homeport en homeportnoord though: homeport.nl under the codomain tab has an entry with empty hostname (as all other domains have) but homeportnoord does not, and when i wat to set is it results in an error that ".homeportnoord.nl" already existst.

?????


by the way how do i trigger the makedb? i.e. make postfix virtuser db?

Thorsten

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Old 13th February 2006, 17:12
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now mail for homeportnoord.nl is routed to the homeport mailbox, even though no forward rules are visible in ispconfig. Furtermore it seemde to have worekd once but doesnt anymore. I looked in the virtusertable for postfix and indeed there are entrys wich lead mail for homportnoord.nl to the user (web14...) of homport.nl instead to the user of homeportnoord.nl (web15_...), but why that is, no idea.
Please check the Co-Domain tab of homeport.nl if homportnoord.nl (without hostname) is listed there. If so, remove it.


Quote:
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by the way how do i trigger the makedb? i.e. make postfix virtuser db?
On Postfix it's
Code:
postmap /etc/postfix/virtusertable
But this is done by ISPConfig automatically.
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Old 14th February 2006, 09:24
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Please check the Co-Domain tab of homeport.nl if homportnoord.nl (without hostname) is listed there. If so, remove it.
No it isn't. just homeport.nl without hostname is listed. On homeportnoord nothing is listed en homeportnoord.nl without hostname is not accepted (domain already exists)

OK HOLD THE PHONE!!
Fixed it: What was the case: homeportnoord.nl existed in trash bin and was originally made under homeport.nl. But Now we have a bug, because the domain was deleted and than there shouldn't be anymore mailrules built on this shouldn't there? even though the thing still sits in the trash bin?

Well i've emptied the trash bin, put the .homeportnoord.nl back in place under codomains of www.homeportnoord.nl and now everything is working fine. But i still think the above needs some thinking over!

th

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OK HOLD THE PHONE!!
Fixed it: What was the case: homeportnoord.nl existed in trash bin and was originally made under homeport.nl. But Now we have a bug, because the domain was deleted and than there shouldn't be anymore mailrules built on this shouldn't there? even though the thing still sits in the trash bin?
I've never seen something like this before...
Anyway, we've changed something in the code that handles Co-Domains, and it will be available in the next release. I think it might help to avoid problems like this one.
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Old 30th October 2006, 11:46
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Default Quotas and error logs

Ok,
Using the system for quite a while now and its of great value. But using ISP config of course raised further questions. Here is one of them:
I have installed the quota system for users and that is working good. But what concernes me are the error logs:
1) the errorlog is part of the users (websites) quota which can be annoying, but 2) the error log does rotate! it just keeps growing. and i havent figured out how delete is.
This leaves me with 2 things : when the error log keeps growing setting site quotas does not make much sense (in this cas that is, otherwise it can of course make sense since it warns the admin of problems at site level) and how do i get rid of an error log wich is actually above 1 GB?
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