It seems to work, partially. Let me explain.
* We have three boxes: One Windows 2003 Server hosting most of web servers using ASP, another Win2003S hosting the DNS and now one box with ISPConfig which is going to be the mailserver for the domains in the other boxes. The name of the Linux box with ISPConfig is mydomain1.com
* First case: We wanted to host mydomain1.com (web and mail in the Linux box where ISPConfig is installed) and redirect web trafic from this domain to mydomain2.com, it suceeded. I just created a site with domain1.com, and added a directive "Redirect / mydomain2.com". Then I created a mail account email@example.com
. I can check the account from Thunderbird and web with no problems and the web only redirects.
* We wanted to add domain3.com, this time web in the Win2003S and mail in the Linux machine with ISPConfig. This didn't work. I added a site mydomain3.com and created a sample account firstname.lastname@example.org
, I have no access to the DNS directly but the webadmin told me that configured web to the ip of the Win2003S and mail exchanger to my Linux box with ISPConfig. Unfortunately when I send a mail to email@example.com
it is bounced back, and says that the account does not exist.
Any suggestion? I haven't set up a mail server before and everything went almost smoothly (thanks by the way) until now, but I think that I have achieved most of the task
, I just need to finish it.