Separate names with a comma.
Boxtrapper has worked, for the most part, for some of my customers.
It did create a little problem by looping somehow
I think it was when an...
Yur I've been watching and waiting as well
Tired of only using Neomail for a direct login :(
Is there a fix for this? Every time someone logs in to their cpanel, it shows "Last login from 127.0.0.1"
It's supposed to read "Last login...
I get an http 500 error
It's due to the recent update to apache and cpanel is currently working on fixes to the problem
You'll also notice...
I was trying to do this once upon a time....never did manage to get it working properly (couldn't connect to the server desktop for some reason)...
If you have a look @ the script, it gives you the option to put in more than one server
It doesn't cause a popup box so it's probably your setup.
I'll gladly customize it for your server if you'd like (only takes a few minutes)...
It does - has a drop down box with options
Have a look at it
You can add more options etc
Simply change the port in this line:
login_option == '2083' ? protacal = 'https://' : protacal = 'http://' ;
If you're using
then you have to use "@domain.com" as part of the username
How else would it be done??
Maybe i'm not explaining myself well enough here
The way you are doing it, to log into your webmail you'd have to use the FULL username...
The above doesn't use that syntax in IE
It's passed via the script
The whole idea was to remove requirement of having the webmail user input...
Sounds like an IE cookie/session problem
I'd never tried loggin into two webmails at once so I just gave it a shot.
Login one: worked as...
build one or better yet - join up with the cpanel team and they'll pay you to build one!
Or i can just give you my copy
Comes with 20 acres in...
Kewl - thanks
Ok so here's the completed form and login script for webmail that you put in your cpanel skeleton directory:
(Note: I'm using...
I'm sure it can be done
Not as simple as just tossing $SERVER_NAME in there though
That calls back "www.domain.com" which isn't...
I thought I'd explained it well enough lol
The above script that I've posted will allow people to log into their webmail (the screen that shows...
I've finally found a webmail login that only requires the name and not the "@domain.com" part
Originally posted here by T-Bone
That's EXACTLY what I'm talking about
I've been playing with a simular idea but couldn't get it to work
What you posted worked!
Ok but you're still passing the user and pass
The user = firstname.lastname@example.org
Can't the "@domain.com" be passed automatically in the code somehow?