guys, i'm not sure if it's a bug or feature so please advise. i've been using ISPConfig for 2 days so i'm not one of the founding members so to speak. well the first weird issue i encountered is that if i create a new site with 'Create DNS' option checked, it creates a 'www.domain.tld' and 'domain.tld' entry in the postfix local-host-names file, as well as a co-domain without the www (hostname) part, which is the normal behavior. that's fine. however even if the 'Create DNS-MX' option is off it creates a "false" MX record for the www.domain.tld in the zone file. i say false, because the user does not want message to be addressed to his/her @www.domain.tld address, but the the @domain.tld only. by default at this point there is no MX record for the domain.tld, only for www.domain.tld - which actually was not requested. secondly if i go to edit my co-domain domain.tld and check on the 'Create DNS MX' option it puts an MX entry in the same zone file in which MX record for www.domain.tld is declared in an order in which it cannot be resolved. if MX records are in the following order in my zone file (the way ISPConfig puts them): www MX 10 admin.domain.tld MX 10 admin.domain.tld here is what i get: hathor:/# host -t mx site12.hu localhost site12.hu has no MX record at localhost (Authoritative answer) hathor:/# host -t mx www.site12.hu localhost www.site12.hu MX 10 admin.domain.tld if i change the order of these two entries, everything is fine. isn't that weird? does it work fine for other people?