Old 12th August 2006, 04:58
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Hi guys,

I love this script. Great job. I'm new to linux and linux servers, and the guide on HowToForge for setting up Fedora 5 and ISPConfig was excellent, and I love how easy this script makes things.

If there was one thing I could change though, it would be the User & Email login setting. The whole "web#_usernamehere" setup is kinda combersome. Especially for email login. It would be nice if you could login via "username@domain.com".

Do you think this is something that could be updated for the next release?


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Old 12th August 2006, 12:00
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Originally Posted by mimic
Do you think this is something that could be updated for the next release?
No, that will not be posiible, baecause ISPCOnfig uses linux system users for email accounts and the @ sign is not allowed in systemuser names.

But for later releases we plan to make virtual mailusers available.
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