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Old 11th November 2009, 04:45
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Default Have ISPConfig just handle email for a client.

I would like to have one client that does not have a vhost entry written. So I can direct the domain to an app. But I still want to have email handled via the ISPConfig admin.

This is unique to the rest of the sites I have setup through ISPConfig. Is this possible?
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Old 11th November 2009, 14:05
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You have to create a site in ispconfig to be able to add email users, but this does not mean that you have to use the website, you just have to create it.
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Old 28th November 2009, 18:46
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ISPConfig writes out the site you created to a Vhosts file.

This is the problem I have a lot of sites in that file that I want to keep usings, This site's info lives in there. I would like to keep the site in ISPConfig because it has users but some how remove it from the Vhosts file so I can route it differently.

Unfortunately I need to route it to the same box. Which is my issue routing it through a different server NP.

I am unsure how to remove it from the list that ISPConfig writes so I can tell apache to do something different with it.

I tried putting:

DocumentRoot /var/www/myapp

In the directive box but that did not work.

I tried having my own vhost with the same exact domain appended AFTER ISPConfigs Vhosts.conf in apache2.conf.
Neither have worked.

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Old 29th November 2009, 12:03
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Thats the way ispconfig 2 works. If you want to have websites completely separated from email, use ispconfig 3.
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Got it, declare your own vhosts before ISPConfigs Vhosts config is included and apache pays attention to your vhosts first!

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