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default root mail?

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by Lucas, Dec 24, 2007.

  1. Lucas

    Lucas Well-Known Member

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    Where can I change the default root address. I keep receiving the forwarded emails of root as bounces since it's trying to send the emails to root@alpha.mydomain.com instead of just myemail@mydomain.com. How can I fix this?
     
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    Login to your WHM and goto Change System Mail Preferences .

    You can redirect root,nobody and system mail there
     
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    Those are all changed and the e-mails are still received as a bounced email. Even having those modified, the system sends the e-mail to root@sub.domain.com instead of directly to my@email.com
     
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    Anyone any ideas? This is how I get the messages:

     
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    Anyone any idea?
     
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    Yes I did.
     
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    Still looking for help on this issue.

    Regards
     
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    Did you stop and double (triple) check the routing logic of what you are doing?. Sometimes you create a route or logical flow that actually is broken but isnt obvious. Also remember if you are delivering to a subdomain that there must be proper dns entries for everything. Can you send email from the outside world to both the my@domain.com and root@sub.domain.com addresses without any error ?
     
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