Thanks till, I just checked the file and I can see usery's real name is [email protected]
This is listed in the file as:
further to this problem I have a client with the following forward setup:
[email protected] -> [email protected]
If you email...
I've hit a problem with forwarding email to aliases and just wanted to check if this can or can't be done. We have a user setup on domain1...
Is anyone else having this problem?
Yes thats right, but my problem isn't the directive its how ispconfig deals with it. As I mentioned in my first post:
Till said that
Sorry for the delay. Line 27 is the line I've already posted:
Sorry Till, I thought Falko may have been checking I didn't have some other problem in the file.
When I do this as expected it complains about...
When I add a dodgy directive it still says the same (because it rolls back to the last working configuration)
thanks till. That woluld be great but I just checked this with the problem that the user had the other day. They entered a redirect but accidently...
I've had a problem quite a few times with clients setting Apache Directives and wondered if anyone had a solution. What happens is a client...
I need to upgrade my Centos to 4.7 but I only have ISPConfig 2.2.25 installed. Should I upgrade by OS and then do the ISPConfig upgrade to...
Is there any where in ISPConfig where each users individual current quota usage for a website is listed? e.g
user1 19mb of 20mb
Separate names with a comma.