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Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by bugs, Dec 6, 2005.

  1. bugs

    bugs Member

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    OK, i have a virtual dedicated server. On it i only have 1 ip, the rest of them must come in a short time.
    The questions is. How can I make mail accounts like admin@mydomain.com to work ?
    My webpage is hosted on this server.
     
  2. asterisk

    asterisk Well-Known Member

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    Go to the Cpanel account on which your webpage is hosted on, and create the mail accounts there using the Mail feature. For further info, you can refer to cPanel docs but it should be pretty self-explanatory when you click on Mail.

    Hope this helps.
     
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    uhm, i only have the root account, i tryed your way, but from the Email page I only see : Mail Troubleshooter, Manage Mail Queue, View Mail Statistics, View Relayers and Rebuild/Fix Mail Dbs/Boxes.
     
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    #4 aby, Dec 6, 2005
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    you saying to create a new account yes ?
    if that is, then i tried to create a new account, i typed down my domain, and I also checked Resseler and Owner. But, i get this error
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    Missing NS2 Config Line in /etc/wwwacct.conf 	
    
    
    Reseller privs added!
    
    Account Creation Complete!!!
     
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    You should have two nameservers configured on your server. If you do that there won't be any errors. If you are not able to setup the server, i'd suggest you get somebody do it for you.
     
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    Which VDS services are you using, may I ask? Some VDS providers do setup the CPanel account for your webpage automatically. You can ask support to setup for you and they will only be too happy to do it for you.

    I am confused when you say your webpage is hosted on your server. Yet you do not have a CPanel account. How does that work? AFAIK, your webpages should reside on an already existing CPanel account, the same account that you will want to create the email accounts ending in the same domain as that of your webpage. Eg your webpage is www.myowndomain.com therefore your emails will be bugs@myowndomain.com
     
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    10x, i`ll tell them, and i'l see what they will do.
     
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