Firstly, it is bad practice to publish your database, or part of it, with valid emails and passwords. Please clean up your file.
All good now. Thanks for the help
May I ask why you chose courier. Not that there is anything wrong.
I did a bit of reading before choosing and found more of the later posts I read suggested Dovecot, including large installers, for example https://support.plesk.com/hc/e…ier-IMAP-on-Plesk-server-
Excellent answer Nuxwin . Thanks for the info.
Call me stupid, but I was blisfully unaware of the options for network configuration between ifupdown or netplan. I didn't install the server, but it looks like it is configured using ifupdown.Quote
Currently, i-MSCP is installing the resolvconf package even if you don't install bind9.
In any case, this probably explains the resetting of the DNS after my install. It appears that after my update to /etc/resolvconf/resolv.conf.d/head, the DNS entries persist.
This may be closed.
How do I reconfigure the DNS permanently in Ubuntu 18.04 server (out of topic question, but if anyone can help )
Never mind about this.
I figured to edit the file "/etc/resolvconf/resolv.conf.d/head" instead of "/etc/resolv.conf"
and "sudo service resolvconf restart" afterwards
My new Ubuntu 18.04 server was set up and worked perfectly as far as DNS resolutions went.
I then installed the latest version of i-mscp and during the installation chose not to install a bind server. The installation went well, but afterwards the DNS settings were lost.
Adding a DNS entry to the resolv.conf provided temporary release, until I did a "imscp-reconfigure".
- Is the installation possibly changing the DNS entries even though I suggested no local bind server?
- How do I reconfigure the DNS permanently in Ubuntu 18.04 server (out of topic question, but if anyone can help )
You can modify the source as you wish.
Look here :/var/www/imscp/gui/public/tools/webmail/program/lib/Roundcube
I hate losing my time Why do you try to install an older release
Oh my word Nuxwin . I feel like such an idiot.
I actually doubly checked that I was running the latest version. I don't know how I missed that so many times. I must have copied that link from another post.
Please accept my unreserved apology for wasting your valuable time. Thank you for your patience and composure. I'm going to have to find a way to make up.