Running Suse 10.1 using howtoforge setup and ISPConfig install. Created 5 domains and it looked like things were going great with email delivery. Realized no webmail installed by default so I installed SquirrelMail using the .pkg found on ISPConfig/downloads and installed through the ISPConfig Update function. Not sure if it happened at the same time or what, but I also tried to use relayhost with my ISP's mail server and now all incoming email gets routed to my catch-all address for my main domain (domain my server is called.) Here is what I see in the header of my emails (usernames changed for spam purposes): X-Original-To: firstname.lastname@example.org Delivered-To: email@example.com Also do not understand why it is giving the Delivered-To domain of mail.domain-name instead of just domain-name.com I removed the Catch-All from the main email account on my default domain and then emails are delivered to the correct virtual domains. My server is SERVER1.camping-hounds.com if that matters. Everything in ISPConfig looks correct. I am a noobie with ISPConfig. Ran Fedora Core 3 with qmail for years but wanted to try something easier to add domains and give end users more control over their domains. Would appreciate any help I can get - Thanks in advance.