magento2 – How are the sales_quote and sales_quote_adress tables related?

In the sales_flat_quote table, there was a store_id column. In my perspective, magento creates the customer order in the frontend (website) and in the backend for each shop an individual offer. I think so far my understanding is correct? However, when adding the customer's address, Magento creates sales_flat_quote_address for each offer in the table. a copy. my question is, how do the tables sales_flat_quote and sales_flat_quote_address work together at the checkout?

Strange e-mail issue, possibly related to WHM / Cpanel + sendmail

Hi Guys,

I will try to be brief. Background: I recently inherited a web hosting company (literally) and tried to get it under control. I'm fine so far. I have only one technical problem that I have not been able to solve so far.

I have a customer who has an account for a single domain on one of our servers. The account was allegedly moved from one server to another due to a problem with excessive spam.

Email for this domain works externally as it should. I can send messages to him from my Gmail account that are received by the client. The customer can not answer me. In addition, a form on its website that uses perl via sendmail to send an email to the domain owner when filled out and sent does not work.

When you open the cpanel for the account, all the DNS records are there and look correct. All e-mail accounts are present and look correct. The user has no problems logging in to webmail or POP / SMTP.

The only irregularity is the following: Under "Domains" in cpanel the domains list is empty. There is nothing recorded.

Since the site works, I have not tried adding "domain" because I do not want to break anything. I know, however, that it will not work anyway, since the DNS zone already exists and the cpanel will give an error if it sees this unless and until I delete the zone, which I obviously do not want to do.

The question for your experts is this: Would the missing domain entry lead to sendmail not sending emails on the server? My idea is that it can not validate the domain for SMTP, but would love confirmation. And more importantly, how to fix this without damaging everything else?

Thank you very much,

Dave

Strange e-mail issue, possibly related to WHM / Cpanel + sendmail

Hi Guys,

I will try to be brief. Background: I recently inherited a web hosting company (literally) and tried to get it under control. I'm fine so far. I have only one technical problem that I have not been able to solve so far.

I have a customer who has an account for a single domain on one of our servers. The account was allegedly moved from one server to another due to a problem with excessive spam.

Email for this domain works externally as it should. I can send messages to him from my Gmail account that are received by the client. The customer can not answer me. In addition, a form on its website that uses perl via sendmail to send an email to the domain owner when filled out and sent does not work.

When you open the cpanel for the account, all the DNS records are there and look correct. All e-mail accounts are present and look correct. The user has no problems logging in to webmail or POP / SMTP.

The only irregularity is the following: Under "Domains" in cpanel the domains list is empty. There is nothing recorded.

Since the site works, I have not tried adding "domain" because I do not want to break anything. I know, however, that it will not work anyway, since the DNS zone already exists and the cpanel will give an error if it sees this unless and until I delete the zone, which I obviously do not want to do.

The question for your experts is this: Would the missing domain entry lead to sendmail not sending emails on the server? My idea is that it can not validate the domain for SMTP, but would love confirmation. And more importantly, how to fix this without damaging everything else?

Thank you very much,

Dave