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route.cfg

Hi.

So we have created a vibe server.

But for emails to send updates to the vibe accounts it has setup vibe.domainname.com as a subdomain so we need to create a route.cfg file. It's my live server, so a little paranoid... But does this look right for the route.cfg

"vibe.domainname.com [10.blah.blah.blah]

"
Then restart the GWIA
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Re: route.cfg

Sorry for being paranoid and hassling you lot. Just went for it, made the change and it worked fine, phew 🙂
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Re: route.cfg

Hi,

You appear to have answered your own question 🙂 Thanks for reporting back, much appreciated.

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Laura Buckley

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Re: route.cfg

booktrunk wrote:

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> "vibe.domainname.com [10.blah.blah.blah]
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> " Then restart the GWIA


Yep.

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