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Old 14th November 2006, 22:43
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Default How to permanently remove entry from /etc/postfix/local-host-names

Hi there,

We have a problem in that an incorrectly created domain name, which corrpupts the /etc/postfix/local-host-names file keeps on adding in the incorrect domain name each time the file is created. The domain has been delete via ispconfig panel. What table do I need to clean out in the database to get rid of this entry?


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can i just delete the entry in isp_isp_domain?
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Old 14th November 2006, 23:36
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can i just delete the entry in isp_isp_domain?
I think you should even delete all records in the DNS Manager from ISPConfig.
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can i just delete the entry in isp_isp_domain?
Deleting the domain manually means that you will break the database. Delete the domain in the ISPConfig interface and make sure that you emptied the recycle bin afterwards.

If you want to use this domain as website but not for email, set mailserver to external in the website settings AND the settings of the co-domain.
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Hi Till,


There is no entry for the domain under the dns manager front-end. I cant find any reference to it in the front-end under any component. Maybe I can just update the domain_domain field to reflect a properly formed domain name.

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Did you check the recycle bins in ISPConfig?
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