Same user vs different domains ...

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by boppzoli, Mar 21, 2008.

  1. boppzoli

    boppzoli New Member

    Hello guys!
    I recently installed a Centos 5.1 server (perfect setup) and I installed ISPConfig too ...
    I have a question ..: :))
    So, if I have e.g. 2 domains dom1: domain1.ro; dom2: domain2.ro , can I have 2 email addresses for example admin@domain1.ro and admin@domain2.ro at the same time???.
    Thank in advance!
     
  2. edge

    edge Active Member Moderator

    Yes you can.

    The real name with ISPconfig will be web1_admin (for domain domain1.ro), and web2_admin (for domain domain2.ro).
     
  3. boppzoli

    boppzoli New Member

    Hi!
    Ok, but I don't want to use the web[WEBID]_ in Management --> System Config --> Settings --> ISP Manager --> User Prefix.
    So, if I leave it blank, it will works, too?
    Many thanks again! :)
     
  4. edge

    edge Active Member Moderator

    No, than it will not work.
     
  5. boppzoli

    boppzoli New Member

    OK, I understand.
    When I send an email from web1_admin@domain1.ro to admin@yahoo.com, it will appear that the mail is from web1_admin@domain1.ro. Is that right? Now, it is possible with some configuration, that the sender email address (web1_admin@domain1.ro) to become in admin@domain1.ro when admin@yahoo.com gets the mail ?; and when he replies to my mail (to admin@domain1.ro) the mail to be sended to web1_admin@domain1.ro ?
    Please tell me if it is possible somehow or not.
    Thank you very much ...
     
  6. edge

    edge Active Member Moderator

    Yes it's possible,
    I guess that you are sending the email with somekind of webmail program like UebiMiau Webmail, RoundcubeWebmail or Squirrelmail.
    If so, you can set the senders email in the configuration!
    Login on the webmail program, and find the configuration option.

    When you send an email with an email client like Outlook (express), the correct email will show up automatically (except when you look in the mail headers)
     
    Last edited: Mar 22, 2008
  7. boppzoli

    boppzoli New Member

    Hi!
    I understand now how it works.
    I tried it!
    It works great! :)
    I'm very happy :)
    Thanks again!
     
  8. bswinnerton

    bswinnerton New Member

    Technically, there is a way to remove the prefix, however I do not recommend it as this will not allow you to make two users like you are wondering. For example you could not have webmaster@myfirstdomain.com and also webmaster@myseconddomain.com. Because the usernames on the server would be the same. However I suppose this could come in handy if you would like.

    Here is how to do it...

    Log into ISPConfig Web Management, and then click management > System Config > Settings > User Prefix and just remove that. You can also change that to a few different things, for example if you want the domain name you can keep [DOMAIN]_ or you could put something like [HOST] or [WEBID]
     
  9. SoftDux

    SoftDux New Member

    I'm new to ISPConfig, and would like to know more about this.

    Let's say I have 5 clients, domain1.com / domain2.com / domain3.com / domain4.com & domain5.com and each client needs to setup the following email addesses:

    sales@
    support@
    info@

    Thus, I have the following:

    sales@domain1.com
    support@domain1.com
    info@domain1.com

    sales@domain2.com
    support@domain2.com
    info@domain2.com

    sales@domain3.com
    support@domain3.com
    info@domain3.com

    sales@domain4.com
    support@domain4.com
    info@domain4.com

    sales@domain5.com
    support@domain5.com
    info@domain5.com

    Will this be possible? I can't tell a user he can't setup a certain email account cause another user on another domain already uses it?
     
  10. boppzoli

    boppzoli New Member

    Hi!
    Yes! Is is possible with ISPConfig!
    All our thanks to developer team! Great work!


    :) :) :)
     
  11. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    Yes, this is no problem at all. Just make sure you don't remove the web[no]_ prefix for your usernames!
     

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