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mail.* redirecting to another site!

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by BrandonK, Jul 10, 2006.

  1. BrandonK

    BrandonK Guest

    Anytime a person types in mail.**.com for one of my domains, they are redirected my personal site (on the same server). How can I fix this? What is causing this?

    All of the sites are on the same IP. Do I have my DNS servers set up wrong?

  2. jamesyeeoc

    jamesyeeoc Guest

    This is normal behavior. You have the A record pointed to your server's IP address (as it should be), and your domain is the 'default' domain for the IP. Therefore, when people browse to mail.**.com, it goes to the default domain for the IP, which is your domain.
  3. cox1267

    cox1267 Guest

    If you want to change your default site that appears when you someone types in something like this, login to Plesk as the admin, from the Server Administrator page select "IP Addresses" under System header, on the next screen you will see your shared IP address and to the right under the heading "Hosting" there is a link with the number of sites you have setup in Plesk, click this link and on the next screen you can select which domain will appear as the default.