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Subdomain vs STMP ? can be conflict ?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by marveen, Sep 20, 2006.

  1. marveen

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    Ok, i made a subdomain before named mail.xxxx.com, and then i redirect it to xxxx.com/webmail ... and then i realized that the subdomain i've created has the same name with the incoming and outgoing mail in POP3. I shocked to death and affraid that they'll conflict even i know that the subdomain and the STMP has the different port. Then i tried to use outlook express, and everthing just quite fine until i realized that i can't send email. Then i deleted the subdomain, and thanks to that .. now i can't even receive emails in my outlook. The outlook keep telling me that the host can't be found. Is that mean that if i accidentally create a subdomain name mail.xxxx.com and then delete it, the incoming and outgoing mail server also dissapear ? Any idea how to fix the things up ? And ... reinstall is not and option ^^ pls ....
     
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    btw ... now i temporarily use pop3 and stmp from the other domain from the same server ^^ so far it works fine ... can receive and send mail without any problem .. but still ^^ i want to know what happened to my pop3 and stmp of my domain ? ^^
     
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    What's STMP?

    STMP? or SMTP?
     
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