Before you do anything, make sure you have a backup of the current state.
You can reach the admin page? First check the status page and consider the reports made there.
What is domain in this case? Did you renew the old domain and use that? Or is it now a new domain?
In the first case, it might be that DNS needs to be renewed, which takes a while.
In the second case, you will at least need to run the mailinabox setup again. But I’m not sure if that will actually resolve everything or make matters worse, so therefore the backup is needed.
Yes I have partly done this.
Domain is same as it was before.
I loged in as root and startet det setup. Basic I didn’t change anything.
Can’t say it made much difference.
I have tried different services and it seems the domain is up running again. And since I reach the static page of the domain I think it is very strange.
I also tried to reinstall the email on my mobile and when I enter the email address on my iPhone it came up with all data for the server (if this was taken from some iPhone) cache I dont know but it can’t log in. And therefore I think there is some certificate issues.
I also tired to access webmail and I also get issue then .
Just a comment if ai am user a browser and ip/mail I cna read my email I cna then read email and send out email. but when I try to access my emails from a client I can’t do that and I can’t send from client.
Did you get the domain reregistered? It sounds like the domains dns records are not working or not setup. I would advise looking at the dns configuration and ensure the domain’s name servers are the box of that is how you had it setup.
Not going to be much help without the domain or the IP of the server
Personally I don’t know why people hide this info in the forms it’s publicly accessible every time you send and email and your asking for help here but we can’t see the info??
Anyways I get people are trying to be overly security conscience maybe send me a PM if you don’t want it posted…
Not having a go at olebvangen … but generally when people post “edited” details. This editing seems to be something that people just copy without much thought. By definition all DNS info (domain names, addresses, etc) is public
Hiding it makes it more difficult to see their problem, and there’s always the chance that the corrected info isn’t quite the same as the real info