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Subdomain Emails?

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by Slava, Mar 8, 2002.

  1. Slava

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    Can you make CPanel to support subdomain emails like name@sub.domain.com, Thanks :)
     
  2. Slava

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    if you have an account

    nick@cpanel.net
    and you create the subdomain
    me.cpanel.net
    anything sent to
    nick@me.cpanel.net will go to nick@cpanel.net
     
  4. Slava

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    I am renting a server from a company and there is no way to make subdomain emails, so I am trying to suggest a feature that would be useful for me, and maybe some people :D
     
  5. moronhead

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    [quote:82ea64928c][i:82ea64928c]Originally posted by Slava[/i:82ea64928c]

    I am renting a server from a company and there is no way to make subdomain emails, so I am trying to suggest a feature that would be useful for me, and maybe some people :D[/quote:82ea64928c]
    Cpanel supports subdomain emails. How else do you want to receive the subdomain emails, in addition to what Nick has mentioned?
     
  6. Slava

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    then where do I go to create subdomain emails?
     
  7. Slava

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    and I want to be able to send email from the subdomain. Use it as different email.
     
  8. xnull

    xnull Well-Known Member

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    You can't create subdomain emails. Like nick said, any email you create @yourdomain.com also creates an alias for @subdomain.yourdomain.com's as well. They are created, but one in the same address. You can't use both of those as separate email addresses for sending/receiving purposes; they do the same thing becuase the way cpanel works and the way valiases in apache work.
     
  9. moronhead

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    [quote:4e4063498c][i:4e4063498c]Originally posted by Slava[/i:4e4063498c]

    and I want to be able to send email from the subdomain. Use it as different email.[/quote:4e4063498c]

    If you want a mail server in the form of mail.sub.domain.com to send emails from simply create a root account for sub.domain.com just like domain.com. That way you will have all the email functions you need.
     
  10. Slava

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    can't create another account like domain name, so I guess my question was pointless to ask.
     
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    weird ..I can't get it to work.

    in my mail manager I have:

    for default address:

    Default Address Maintenance
    All unrouted mail will be sent to:
    domain.com: mainuser
    subdomain.domain.com: mainuser


    I only use &defualt' account so I can get anything sent to that domain. My subdomain works fine but mail to the sub fails and comes back.

    Help me??


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    when I send a email from an outside source (Earthlink) and I am sending to using Earthlink SMTP (or any for that matter) days after BTW DNS has propagated. I get:

    550-to relay through mybox.mainserverdomain.com.
    550-Perhaps you have not logged into the pop/imap server in the last 30 minutes.
    550-You may also have been rejected because your ip address
    550-does not have a reverse DNS entry.
    550 relaying to &test-catch-all@subdmain.domain.com& prohibited by administrator


    ??????????????? this comes back to me returned.
     
  12. moronhead

    moronhead Well-Known Member

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    [quote:34bb9f5812][i:34bb9f5812]Originally posted by Slava[/i:34bb9f5812]

    can't create another account like domain name....[/quote:34bb9f5812]

    Why not?
     
  13. Slava

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    because I can't just simply create another account and it will cost money.
     
  14. marius

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    subdomain mail

    i have created a subdomain and an email account like user@sub.domain.com

    i can receive emails at this emaill address, i can log in using webmail interface and send emails, but when I try to send emails using OE it doesn't recognize the user/password combination.

    but if i have an email on the server, OE is able to get it, using the user/pass combination entered.

    ???
     
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