There was an option in the webmail interface (I don't recall where it is
though) that enabled theHIDDEN@main to become a dropdown menu to select
the actual domain to log into. Don't know if that would help at all,
but it would be a start.
2825 Erica Place
Nashville, TN 37204
On 1/4/2013 12:03 PM, Orin Wells wrote:
> We just had to change server locations and were forced into using
> virtual domains rather than dedicated IP addresses. We don't have a
> lot of customers who use the old webmail, but it only takes a couple
> to reveal a problem I have not been able to figure out a solution
> for. The g_webmail_port only provides one port for the server for
> webmail. All the domains on a particular IP address thus seem to be
> coming in with the wrong domain except anyone who is on that
> particular domain and I have no idea why it defaults to that domain.
> So when someone goes to login from myserver.com:xxxx they see the
> window showingHIDDEN@main.com and are unable to log in because THEY
> are not users on hisdomain.com
> I can't find any way to separate this nor to assign specific ports for
> each domain, if that is possible.
> Does anyone have a solution to this?
> We have one bunch of domains set to one address and another bunch set
> to another just to split them out and not have everyone pile onto the
> same IP at once when sending/receiving email.
> Please, does someone have an answer to this?
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