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Old 14th July 2009, 08:36
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Default log in fails for mail for all users

Kubuntu 9.04 ispconfig3
Just finished installation through "perfect setup" howto.
I created a new mailbox, but doesn't matter is I try to login through squirrelmail or telnet to 110 or use and existing system user or an ispconfig created users - the log in always fail.

Sites created seems to be working fine.

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Old 14th July 2009, 08:41
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You have to use the amil address as login and not a username.
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Old 14th July 2009, 08:44
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Brilliant! it works from squirrelmail,thank you!
but how do I log through pop3 or IMAP from an external client then,also with domain?
Any way to change this?
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OK, it works through telnet 110, with domain. Still any way to work just with user?
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but how do I log through pop3 or IMAP from an external client then,also with domain?
With any IP address pr doamin that points to your server. Thats the case with any mail server and nothing special with ispconfig.

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Change what??
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I want to log in only with user (as I used to do with ispconfig2).
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OK, it works through telnet 110, with domain. Still any way to work just with user?
There is no such thing as a user for email! You did not enter a username when you create an email account, so there is no user for an email account. The username for an email account is the email address in ISPConfig 3.

If you dont like this, use ISPConfig 2 instead as it uses Linux system users and not virtual users.
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hooo, I got it now, these are virtual users!!
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