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Email Accts. created through Cpanel is not listed.

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussion' started by madan.cpanelnet, Jun 10, 2006.

  1. madan.cpanelnet

    madan.cpanelnet Well-Known Member

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    Hi;

    Email accounts created for a particular domain is created insde the users_homedir/mail/domain/ with proper permissions; but it is not listed in cpanel to be able to manage these accounts. Using webmail the non-listed accounts cannot login to their email accounts.

    Only the admin user account is present in the "Mail Account Maintenance" list.

    /scripts/mailperm and /scripts/updateuserdomains issued in vain.

    domain and user exists in /etc/localdomains; /etc/userdomains; /etc/trueuserowners; /var/cpanel/users/<username>

    Zone Files and relevant DNS entries are all ok.


    My guess is it has something to do with squirrelmail for that user. However other domains on the box doesnot have any problem.

    Any ides?
     
  2. sumith

    sumith Well-Known Member

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    Does that particular account has any quota problem?
     
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    madan.cpanelnet Well-Known Member

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    No qouta problems. Infact the there is more than 70 unused percent space in his account.
     
  4. sankvas

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    Does the entry for teh mail account are in

    /home/<username>/etc/<domainname>/passwd
    /home/<username>/etc/<domainname>/shadow

    If not copy the lines from
    /home/<username>/etc/<domainname>/passwd,v
    /home/<username>/etc/<domainname>/shadow,v and try
     
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