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Old 18th October 2005, 16:59
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hi all

i have this problem:

i need the same username for different domains
sales@domain1.com and sales@domain2.com

but ISPconfig wont let me.

and then when i erase a user for one of the domains i cant create it again with the same username......
(i did erase the recycle/trash)


so can ISPconfig do this??? (same username for diferent domains)
and
what is the way to erase completely users???

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Old 18th October 2005, 17:03
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What you mean are same email users i suppose. Yes ISPConfig can do this if you have not disabled the userprefixes.

Recycle bin:

1) Wait until ISPConfig has written the changes to disk before you empty the recycle bin.
2) Empty the recycle bin of the correct reseller. There are more than 1 recycle bin!
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i`ve just find this post: http://www.howtoforge.com/forums/showthread.php?t=737
where falko said

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Don't you use the prefixes like web[no]_username?
ISPConfig creates system users, that's why you can have a username only once, no matter if it's in different domains. Therefore ISPConfig uses prefixes by default, unless you changed that
im not using prefixes so my users are as I create them ( example: sales )
so i dont know if i did understand

but can i have the same user on diferent domains????
if NO how can i trick ISPconfig to let mo have them???? is very impoirtant cause a lot of clients have the same usernames (sales, manager, customerservice, etc..)


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Old 18th October 2005, 17:12
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1) Email addresses (the part in front of the @) are independant from usernames. Dont mix this up!

The post from falko states the same as i posted above, enable userprefixes and your problem is solved. Thats why ISPCOnfig has userprefixes!!

Generally: Email users are system users and they are always unique for the complete server.
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I guess what you want is this:
you have domain1.com and want to have the email address sales@domain1.com, and you have domain2.com with the email address sales@domain2.com.

This is no problem, because you can create a user for domain1.com, no matter what name you use, and you create a different user for domain2.com, and then, under Email Aliases, you give them the alias sales, and voilà, you have the email addresses sales@domain1.com and sales@domain2.com.
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tanx to both... till and falko

my problem was that i erased the prefix so when i created the users for the 2 domains there was a duplicate entry.

so the solution was enable again the prefix web[WEBID]_ and now i dont have that problem..... and the other thing is that the important thing is the username not the mail-username

email: sales@domain1.com
username: web3_sales


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PS : the way falko sayd also works i tested
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