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    Smile link the port 2096 for mail to subdomain like this : mail.xxx.com

    hey


    i want to ask about something
    now all we know mail port is 2096

    so if i write this : www.xxxx.com:2096 it will take me to e-mail login right ???

    now i want to do something like this :- mail.xxx.com and when i write it it forward me to the same site

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    Default Re: link the port 2096 for mail to subdomain like this : mail.xxx.com

    You could use webmail.domain.com to get to the same location, but you cannot use mail.domain.com for that as mail is a CNAME or A record of the main domain already and used for email services rather than for webmail itself.
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