Posts by TheCry

    Hi Daniel...
    I'd tested it...
    :-/:-/:-/... It is all ok... Maybe to late yesterday...
    If i set

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    1. * Admin setting => create Default emails* Admin setting => default emails not count* Admin setting => default emails can't deleted* Customer setting => Emails -1


    The default emails will be generated and the domain is added to the file /etc/postfix/imscp/domains...
    The next time i will better testing before i make a call here.. ;)


    But one thing does't work...

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    1. * Admin setting => create Default emails => disabled
    2. * Admin setting => default emails not count => disabled
    3. * Admin setting => default emails can't deleted => disabled
    4. * Customer setting => Emails -1


    I create a domain and then i modify the customer setting emails => 1. After saving the domain wasn't added to the file /etc/postfix/imscp/domains.
    I should manually set the domain to "change" and start the requestmanager..


    Can someone reproduce this?

    Ok... That was my false. I added "change" to mail_users... :(
    But i will test this at the evening.
    Maybe we should discuss about this scenario:
    * Admin setting => create Default emails
    * Admin setting => default emails not count
    * Admin setting => default emails can't deleted
    * Customer setting => Emails -1


    If this settings are set, the default emails will be created from the system.
    And if the admin sets this admin settings later the system will check wich customer doesn't have this default emails and create them.
    Is only an idea!

    I know... Thats the reason why i want to create this entries with imscp itself.
    If i edit this files and create the db file with postmap the 2 files should be copied toi the folder /etc/imscp/postfix/working/. Then the entries shouldn't deleted after adding new domains in imscp.


    But i don't want to do this. Because the entries wasn't added by the system.
    And i want to know the reason. Maybe a bug.


    And the way to add them later if i change the db entry to change doesn't work

    Yes...
    If i add the domains manually to this file, they will be deleted if the system edit this file.


    But the existing domains are not available... And i don't know why. And i can't add them with the system... And i don't want to delete the domain and add it one more again...

    Mhhhh....
    I think i found the problem, but i don't know to fix it...


    I'd a look to the /etc/postfic/imscp/domains


    Every Domain wich has a problem with the webmaster isn't available in this file.
    So i add the domain

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    Berater_A.meineDomain.de vdmn_entry


    After this a postmap /etc/postfic/imscp/domains and a reload of postfix...
    Now the email arrived and was greylistet...

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    Jul 30 22:08:04 srv04 postfix/smtpd[16866]: NOQUEUE: reject: RCPT from mailout-de.gmx.net[213.165.64.23]: 450 4.2.0 <webmaster@Berater_A.meineDomain.de>: Recipient address rejected: Greylisted, see http://postgrey.schweikert.ch/…fungsberater-pool.de.html; from=<meineEmail@gmx.de> to=<webmaster@Berater_A.meineDomain.de> proto=SMTP helo=<mailout-de.gmx.net>
    Jul 30 22:08:04 srv04 postfix/smtpd[16866]: disconnect from mailout-de.gmx.net[213.165.64.23]


    And the Email arrives



    Any ideas?


    Is possible to recreate this file... I don't want to add every domains per hand

    I have a problem with emails...
    My scenario...
    I have the domain myDomain.de.


    On the server with this domain are different advisors which get a subdomain of the domain myDomain.de.


    For a better overview i add every subdomain as a customer:

    • Berater_A.meineDomain.de (IP: XXX.XXX.XXX.2)
    • Berater_B.meineDomain.de (IP: XXX.XXX.XXX.2)
    • Berater_C.meineDomain.de (IP: XXX.XXX.XXX.2)


    Then there are 2 subdomains with a ssl cert and every subdomin has his own ip.

    • SSLDomain_A.meineDomain.de (IP: XXX.XXX.XXX.3)
    • SSLDomain_B.meineDomain.de (IP: XXX.XXX.XXX.4)


    imscp creates for every customer the deafult emailadresses...
    Everything works fine.


    If i send an email to webmaster@Berater_A.meineDomain.de i can see in the log "mail.log" this error:

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    Jul 30 21:35:42 srv04 postfix/smtpd[16669]: connect from mailout-de.gmx.net[213.165.64.22]
    Jul 30 21:35:42 srv04 postfix/smtpd[16669]: NOQUEUE: reject: RCPT from mailout-de.gmx.net[213.165.64.22]: 554 5.7.1 <webmaster@Berater_A.meineDomain.de>: Relay access denied; from=<meineEmail@gmx.de> to=<webmaster@Berater_A.meineDomain.de> proto=SMTP helo=<mailout-de.gmx.net>
    Jul 30 21:35:42 srv04 postfix/smtpd[16669]: disconnect from mailout-de.gmx.net[213.165.64.22]


    The emailadress ((webmaster@Berater_A.meineDomain.de) is forwarded to a t-online emailadress.


    But if i send an email to a domain with SSL webmaster@SSLDomain_A.meineDomain.de the email will arrive...
    I don't know where i made a mistake

    Ich stehe gerade ein bisschen auf dem Schlauch...
    Folgendes Scenario...
    Ich habe eine Domain meineDomain.de


    Es gibt verschiedene Berater die eine SubDomain von dieser Domain erhalten sollen.
    Um eine bessere Ãœbersich zu bekommen wurden die SubDomains als Benutzer eingetragen:

    • Berater_A.meineDomain.de (IP: XXX.XXX.XXX.2)
    • Berater_B.meineDomain.de (IP: XXX.XXX.XXX.2)
    • Berater_C.meineDomain.de (IP: XXX.XXX.XXX.2)


    Dann gibt es 2 SubDomains die per SSL abgesichert sind und jweils auf eine eigene IP laufen.

    • SSLDomain_A.meineDomain.de (IP: XXX.XXX.XXX.3)
    • SSLDomain_B.meineDomain.de (IP: XXX.XXX.XXX.4)


    Nun wird durch imscp ja die StandardEmails eingerichtet.
    Alles funktioniert wie gewünscht.


    Nur wenn ich eine Email auf webmaster@Berater_A.meineDomain.de sende sehe auch dem Server im mail.log folgende Meldung

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    Jul 30 21:35:42 srv04 postfix/smtpd[16669]: connect from mailout-de.gmx.net[213.165.64.22]
    Jul 30 21:35:42 srv04 postfix/smtpd[16669]: NOQUEUE: reject: RCPT from mailout-de.gmx.net[213.165.64.22]: 554 5.7.1 <webmaster@Berater_A.meineDomain.de>: Relay access denied; from=<meineEmail@gmx.de> to=<webmaster@Berater_A.meineDomain.de> proto=SMTP helo=<mailout-de.gmx.net>
    Jul 30 21:35:42 srv04 postfix/smtpd[16669]: disconnect from mailout-de.gmx.net[213.165.64.22]


    Die Emailadresse (webmaster@Berater_A.meineDomain.de) ist mit einer Weiterleitung auf eine T-Online Emailadresse eingerichtet.


    Sende ich aber an webmaster@SSLDomain_A.meineDomain.de kommt die Email an....
    Ich stehe gerade etwas auf dem Schlauch...


    Gruß
    Sascha