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How do I configure Automatic Co-Domains in ISPConfig?

What I am interested in doing is upon creation of a new site have default co-domains be setup automatically. For example, I currently manually setup two co-domains for every site: mailadmin. and webmin. mailadmin. redirects to /mailuser and webmail. redirects to /roundcubemail.

I love the fact that you have made redirects for co-domains available, but since I create these same co-domains each time I create a site, it would be really helpful to automate this functionality.

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Old 29th June 2006, 11:56
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Default Oh and thanks!

Also, just wanted to thank you for your great work in producing a wonderful control panel. I hope that many new module packages will be available for ISPConfig soon.
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How do I configure Automatic Co-Domains in ISPConfig?

What I am interested in doing is upon creation of a new site have default co-domains be setup automatically. For example, I currently manually setup two co-domains for every site: mailadmin. and webmin. mailadmin. redirects to /mailuser and webmail. redirects to /roundcubemail.

I love the fact that you have made redirects for co-domains available, but since I create these same co-domains each time I create a site, it would be really helpful to automate this functionality.
You could do this with the remoting framework: http://www.ispconfig.org/remoting_plugin.htm
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