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Parked domain + pop3/imap email accounts

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by ispro, Mar 15, 2006.

  1. ispro

    ispro Well-Known Member

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    We have ben trying for some time to add email accounts on parked domains, but while they are added into the directory structure and in the customer's 'passwd' they not work absolutely.

    E.g. customer has the domain1 as primary and domain2 as parked. He created account email@domain1 and it works, then he created account email@domain2 and it not works at all. Neither pop3/imap/webmail logins nor sender verify via Exim.

    We have maildir system already if it matter.
    /scripts/mailperm not helps

    Please, point us to the right direction.

    Thank you.
     
  2. ispro

    ispro Well-Known Member

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    Found the solution!

    We have removed the Parked domain and then add it back. All email accounts of parked domain were left intact, but become operational.

    Hope that this helps someone :)
     
  3. weblord

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    my problem mainly if addon a domain tomorrow it will be parked so i unpark it and re=add it as addon domain then it becomes parked again, what do you think is the problem?
     
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    remove the following line in your httpd.conf:

    ServerAlias parked-domain.com www.parked-domain.com

    Then /sbin/service httpd restart
     
  5. weblord

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    ok done it. still waiting for it to resolve.
    btw, why do you think it does that?
     
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    Oops... forgot to mention. You should remove the ServerAlias line ONLY if its mentioned in the same part of the httpd.conf as the main hosting domain.
    i.e.
    Code:
    <VirtualHost xx.xx.xx.xx>
    .
    ServerAlias maindomain.com
    .
    ServerName www.maindomain.com
    .
    ServerAlias parked-domain.com www.parked-domain.com
    .
    </VirtualHost>
     
    #6 adept2003, Mar 16, 2006
    Last edited: Mar 17, 2006
  7. weblord

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    before i make a move again, i want to be specific;

    Code:
    ServerAlias www.1weblordcom.nabaza.com
    ServerAdmin webmaster@1weblordcom.nabaza.com
    DocumentRoot /home/weblord/public_html/1weblordcom
    BytesLog domlogs/1weblordcom.nabaza.com-bytes_log
    ServerName 1weblordcom.nabaza.com
    ServerAlias 1weblord.com www.1weblord.com
    UseCanonicalName off
    
    so this line:
    ServerAlias www.1weblordcom.nabaza.com
    needs to be like this:
    ServerAlias 1weblord.com

    and this line:
    ServerAlias 1weblord.com www.1weblord.com
    needs to be deleted/removed?

    is that it?

    can i also change this line:
    ServerAdmin webmaster@1weblordcom.nabaza.com
    to reflect my real email address?
     
  8. weblord

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    i think this is not the solution for my problem because the domain continued to act the same way, i wish someone can point me to the right direction. thanks.
     
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