Hi everyone, Long time server admin, first time trying out ISPConfig. Have been using Virtualmin / Webmin for a long time so I'm used to quite a bit of power. I'm looking for a decent panel for clients that don't typically manage sites; ISP initially looked like a good option. After a mammoth amount of jumping through the step by step process (no installer script or anything yet?) I finally get it up and running (sort of, DNS issues still somewhere). While I do like how straight forward everything appears to look, it seems that absolutely everything has to be done manually? For example, what's going on with DNS creation when you create a new site? All I can find when I search around are requests from 5 to 8 odd years ago to add the feature so am I right in thinking that needs to be setup completely separately from the "site". This question also covers email as none of that seems to be created with a new site either. Not sure if I've gone wrong or if I've misunderstood what ISPConfig is supposed to be about but I was ultimately looking for something fairly straightforward but reasonably powerful - when someone who doesn't "admin" sites most of the time needs to manage their own stuff, even to me it kind of seems intuitive and obvious that setting up a new site should actually, you know, setup the new website; DNS, email and all! Finally, when do settings actually save? On changing anything, I seem to get a message at the top informing me "The following changes are not yet populated to all servers" that doesn't go away until I log out and back in again (if I re-open a page after changing something before logging out it will revert to the previous settings - I assume that's a genuine bug?) Don't get me wrong, I appreciate the granularity of things here and there are certainly a number of key power admin options available through the gui but I (and a lot of others) use something like this to save time when setting up websites a lot - if it's a multi-part process to setup a website with DNS and email and the usual goodies, it just seems quicker and easier to do over SSH? I certainly don't want to give up on it immediately, there sure are a lot of (respected) people who talk highly of it so I just wanted to share some thoughts and get some advice; I'll do a fresh install to be sure I've not got a bum setup too.