I currently run hosted exchange and do everything manually
I’m testing out solidcp and so far its brilliant, I did notice one thing
maybe its something I haven’t confirgured or something I’m missing.
It creates the org, mailboxes, evertying works, but when I go into active director domains and trust
there is no upn for the domain that was created through solidcp. Is this normal ? or is this something I need to create manually ?
please see pic attached, I created testdomain.co.za and it doesn’t appear, the ones I have blocked out are my current clients upn domain suffixes
Please can you give me some feed back on this, would appreciate it
We have actually researched this recently (it’s an old WebsitePanel issue we inherited).
SolidCP does currently not create a UPN suffix (i hope to fix this in v1.1.0 but can’t guarantee).
It does however still work as expected aslong as your Exchange has owa set to use UPN instead of it’s default setting (you can review the exchange 2013 / 2016 guide for the command to set it).
where it gets tricky is custom settings outside solidcp (like ecp) which will not always have the correct domain suffix listed (so be careful editing outside of SolidCP untill we resolved this issue).
Thanks for the feedback, glad I’m not going crazy 🙂
FYI if you create the upn after its been created in Solidcp
ECP picks it up and doesn’t go weird or anything.
Thanks for all of your guys hard work, its a great system. Been testing it for 2 days and very impressed, looking forward to what’s coming next
by the way is there any manual on setting up the solidcp whmcs module anywhere ?
I’ve run into an issue where the UPN seems to get reset to the default domain – still testing right now but it might be occurring after changing the users password in OWA. Exchange 2016 environment.
Had to go into users ad attributes and change upn setting for the user. Or alternatively add upn to the hosted client OU, and also add the default domain upn
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