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Old 20th February 2009, 04:53
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Default clients login being used as reseller's email domain.

Hi,

I have a situation with ispconfig.

The clients are using their email address to log into the webmail (EG: client1@client.com), but when they send out or recieve an email, it is using the resellers domain name as an email address (EG: client1@reseller.com).

How can I fix this?

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Set the correct sender address under options in the webmail program.
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