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cPanel, exim, courier

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by mdalan, Jan 8, 2007.

  1. mdalan

    mdalan Registered

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    Hi,

    I have 2 questions about mail configuration:

    1) when I add a new mail account from cPanel, is there any file on the server that I can check to make sure the addition went through?

    I have a VPS server and I'm not sure if cPanel works right (due to my own changes). Seeing a file that contains the newly-created account would help.

    I can't test e-mail directly, because I haven't transferred the domain name yet (so the VPS really only has an IP address).

    I've tried to grep the new account name in /etc, /usr/share, /usr/lib to no avail -- which worries me.

    2) more generally, is there a document that describes how cPanel, exim and courier cooperate?

    Thanks!
    Dan
     
  2. adept2003

    adept2003 Well-Known Member

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    Location:
    ~ "/(extra|special)/data"
    Assuming you have created an email account for "EMAILUSER@DOMAIN.COM" where the hosting account user is "HOSTINGUSER":

    A directory called "EMAILUSER" is created and located at: /home/HOSTINGUSER/mail/DOMAIN.COM/EMAILUSER

    Not really - forums tend to be the best place if you use the "search" facility. Links to other useful sites/tutorials can also be found in these forums. Other than that, check the standard cPanel documentation: http://www.cpanel.net/support/docs/index.htm
    :)
     
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