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Email for add on domains

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by cheapo, Sep 6, 2002.

  1. cheapo

    cheapo Member

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    How do you set up email accounts for the add on domains? Will they be in the form &user@addondomain.com& or &user@addondomain.maindomain.com&?
     
  2. bert

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    You set them up as you normal do. If you have been able to upgrade to cpanel 5 successfully, you will see a drop-down that includes parked/addon domains when you click on add pop account.

    I don't know if this is working bug free. We have not yet implemented this in to our themes because I was doing some testing and could not login to one of the parked domains' webmail.
     
  3. bdraco

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    [quote:586b59184d][i:586b59184d]Originally posted by bert[/i:586b59184d]

    You set them up as you normal do. If you have been able to upgrade to cpanel 5 successfully, you will see a drop-down that includes parked/addon domains when you click on add pop account.

    I don't know if this is working bug free. We have not yet implemented this in to our themes because I was doing some testing and could not login to one of the parked domains' webmail.[/quote:586b59184d]

    webmail isn't done for parked domains just quite yet, it still has a bit more testing to go though. It should be out later today or on monday.
     
  4. cheapo

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    What about cpanels for add on domains?

    Is this possible?
     
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