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Old 1st October 2005, 13:35
SkIRmiS SkIRmiS is offline
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Default Squirellmail and user names in "mail from ..."


I'm using squirellmail, everythings works fine, but I have one question. When new user is sending email to someone from squirellmail, in received email header "mail from" are default user name and default domain.tld ( the main ISPconfig domain name) not the domain he owns. It's ok he could to change this in Squirellmail Options meniu -> personal data "mail from" box. But when I was using squirellmail with postfix and mysql virtual user table, default login was username@domain.tld and "mail from" was his username@and.his.virtual.domain.tld. How to do change something,that default "mail from" would be username@virtual.domain.tld, not the main ISPconfig domain.tld name. Maybe, someone has the solution for this?

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Old 21st October 2006, 21:03
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I am interested in this as well. Squirellmail seems to be working perfectly besides that it doesn't automatically grab the users information for their domain.

Forgot to add, that i'm using the default package from the downloads section of the ispconfig website.

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Old 23rd October 2006, 11:37
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You can read the virtusertable file with squirrelmail. There are some posts about this in the tips & Tricks forum.
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