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Computer/Plesk HOSTNAME

Discussion in 'Plesk for Windows - 8.x and Older' started by Technologies, Nov 24, 2004.

  1. Technologies

    Technologies Guest

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    Hi.

    I got setup Windows 2003 standard server with plesk 7 for Windows.

    When plesk was setup, there was a tempoprary hostname on the box. I want change the computer hostname to the correct name, but I don´t know if it will crash my plesk.

    Does anyone know how to change the hostname in the notification emails?

    Thanks
     
  2. Technologies

    Technologies Guest

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    Somebody can help me please?

    When logging in for the first time it asked me for the full hostname setting, it was my mistake to leave it as its default value of "MyLastName.domain.com" and now in all the e-mails that are from my server I see this...

    Return-Path: <mydir@mydomain.com>
    Received: from IP (EHLO PCHOSTNAME.domain.com) (IP)
     
  3. cviviani

    cviviani Guest

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    in My Computer > Properties - TAB Computer Name

    set Computer Name for example server1
    and under More - Primary DNS suffix for example mydomain.com

    Start All Programms Mailenable > Mailenable Manger
    on <Mailenable Management/ Servers/ localhost/ Connectors/ SMTP (Properties) :

    Set Local Domain Name and Host Name.
     
  4. bmorejon

    bmorejon Guest

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    Format the server and install Plesk again
     
  5. Colony1

    Colony1 Guest

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    I'm also in the same boat, had a temp name and then changed it after I installed plesk.

    Emails are still sent using the old host name...anyone know how to fix this?
     
  6. Deltafox

    Deltafox Guest

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    maybe you can change the name and then search the registry for the old hostname and change it?
     
  7. cviviani

    cviviani Guest

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    and look in the ini files like php.ini
     
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