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Old 4th November 2006, 23:00
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Hello, I have just assigned to a Domain an other CO. Domain.
Now, however, I would like to have also the CO-Domains email addresses, however, is passed on centrally to an email address.
Is this possible??
My Version ist ISP 2.2.7.

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Old 5th November 2006, 12:37
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All email for co-domains goes to the mail accounts of this website.

If you need inidividual email addresses, delete the co-domain and create a new website instead.
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Old 5th November 2006, 21:11
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All email for co-domains goes to the mail accounts of this website.

If you need inidividual email addresses, delete the co-domain and create a new website instead.


Hello Till,
to thanks for the info, but such a thing I have already almost thought to me you will report to me. How does it go, however, then with it I the web everything on a Domain brings and the mail addresses still apart are accessible and again on a head account are brought together??
Thank you for your help.
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An example:
Let's assume you have a web site www.example.com with the Co-Domain example.com and a user web1_info with the email address info@exaple.com. Then this user also has the email address info@www.example.com. Now if you add another domain to the Co-Domains tab, let's say anotherdomain.com, then web1_info also has the email address info@anotherdomain.com. The emails for info@example.com, info@www.example.com, and info@anotherdomain.com will all be stored in the same mailbox.
If you need a mailbox of its own for info@anotherdomain.com, then you must create a new web site with anotherdomain.com as Co-Domain.
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Old 22nd November 2006, 13:41
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Hello,

does every mail goes to the Admin of the Web? If i have a domain like

www.mydomain.com

and use info@mydomain.com. I create a Co-Domain like

www.otherdomain.com

an send an Email to master@otherdomain.com. Where does it move? To info@mydomain.com? Or must i creat a user with master@mydomain.com?

very confusing... Maybe you should use another system, like mailboxes für Co-Domains too...

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Old 22nd November 2006, 13:55
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ISPConfig uses mailboxes.

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very confusing... Maybe you should use another system, like mailboxes für Co-Domains too...
I think its rather staight forward then confusing. A co-domain is a domain alias.

If you have a email address master@domain.com, it will receive also the emails for master@otherdomain.com, if otherdomain.com is a co-domain of domain.com.

If you want to have a separate mailbox, create a new website for otherdomain.com instead of adding it as co-domain to domain.com
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Old 22nd November 2006, 13:59
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Ok, i can creat a new Web, but thats not good to handle, because the User get a new Webspace, new Traffic-limit... and normally has to pay for it...

Its difficult for me to explain that in English. Deutsch wäre mir lieber!

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Old 26th November 2006, 23:58
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I understand what VolkerST is saying as I ran into this today also..

If I have created a user already and they have been up and running. They ad a co-domain and now want SEPARATE email based on that new domain.

Till - you are saying, the only way possible for this to happen is to create a NEW SITE for this customer. The problem Volkerst is having is that this means that that customer - who was paying for a hosting package, with say 100mb of traffic - now gets a 2nd hosting package in order to fulfill their requirements of domain based email for the 2nd domain... when they have just paid for 1 package...

I'd like to know - is there any way around this? Is there any way to make a client able to add their own sites ? I think this is only possible if you make them a reseller ?

If so - is there any way to upgrade an existing client to a reseller without having to delete them and recreate them - as this would be a pain for them!

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Old 27th November 2006, 07:51
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Thank you, thats the point. Sorry, my English is very bad...

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Old 27th November 2006, 10:15
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I understand what VolkerST is saying as I ran into this today also..

If I have created a user already and they have been up and running. They ad a co-domain and now want SEPARATE email based on that new domain.

Till - you are saying, the only way possible for this to happen is to create a NEW SITE for this customer. The problem Volkerst is having is that this means that that customer - who was paying for a hosting package, with say 100mb of traffic - now gets a 2nd hosting package in order to fulfill their requirements of domain based email for the 2nd domain... when they have just paid for 1 package...

I'd like to know - is there any way around this? Is there any way to make a client able to add their own sites ? I think this is only possible if you make them a reseller ?

If so - is there any way to upgrade an existing client to a reseller without having to delete them and recreate them - as this would be a pain for them!

Cheers- Jockstrap...
A client may have more then one website too, not only a reseller. The difference is that the client is not able to create thew ebsite or other clients.

Thre is a patch in the dev branch of ISPConfig that allows the selection of the email addresses created for the co-domains. But it is not finished yet.
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