disallowing Sharing Nameserver Ips on whm not working

zurca

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Hi I checked the allow Sharing Nameserver Ips on tweak settings on whm,
For some reason after allowing this feature any mail sent from this server from users doesnt show the senders domain name in the reply address.

ie:
mail sent by user [email protected]

when email is received it shows its coming from [email protected],
It doesnt shows joedomain at all, it shows the actual phisical servers name where its being sent.


I figure this happended since i checked the allow Sharing Nameserver Ips on tweak settings on whm.

So I tryed to disable this feature "uncheck" allow Sharing Nameserver Ips and save,
then i refresh the tweak settings and the box is still checked.
So in other words after I checked this feature , I cant get it to desable.

Anyone has had this same issue,

I am going creazy here.

Please any suggestions will be apreciated.

Thanks in advanced.
:mad:
 

zurca

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Anup,

Is it doing the same thing with you?
sending emails under the main servers name? instead of the actual domain name originated.
 

anup123

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Not in general.
I had a reseller complaining that *One Of His Domains* was having this problem after he changed from :blackhole: to :fal: for his default mail account.

He deleted the domain and reet it up which resolved the issue but i still do not consider this as a viable solution.

Anup
 

zurca

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Well, Now that you mention this, when i changed the shared name server ips , i also did changed from :blackhole: to :localuser: for defaul catchall mail account. in settings tweak.

I wonder if this was the reason,
I will delete this domain and reinstall it again to see if it works,
I will keep you posted.

thanks
 

zurca

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Ahh, got it.

Well I fixed the email header issue ([email protected])

by going to whm Main >> Service Configuration >> Exim Configuration Editor

and uncheck : Always set the Sender: header when the sender is changed from the actual sender. (Unchecking this will stop "On behalf of" data in Microsoft(R) Outlook, but may limit your ability to track abuse of the mail system.)

now whoever sends email from this server the email header reply will be [email protected]

the way its suppost to be.


But I still can not get the share name server ips unchecked fixed.