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Problem "domainusers" file

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussion' started by learn, Jul 19, 2011.

  1. learn

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    I can not access my email account permanently, I have to change the file "userdomain" and add my domain to work, the day after the file changes and put away the domain and so every day.
    What should I do to the file does not change.
    thanks
     
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    Not sure I understand the question. You've created a new email account properly via cPanel and its gone the next day? Can you explain in a bit more detail?
     
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    i am sorry. i explain better.

    The email account was working perfectly until a few days.
    I renewed the domain and the next day the mail stopped working.
    I found the solution here, as I had the same problem. http://forums.cpanel.net/f43/mail-login-error-212521.html
    But the next day stopped working again. I noticed that the file "domainusers" changes every day and goes down the mail. i want that doesn't change again.
    How can I solve this?
     
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    On page 2 of that thread, cPanelTristan states:

     
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