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Cpanel and webmail behind a fire wall?

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussion' started by SpiritAu, Apr 7, 2003.

  1. SpiritAu

    SpiritAu Active Member

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    Hey everyone,
    A client of mine has port 2095 blocked by his firewall at work, and wants to be able to access his web mail via an webmail.domain or an IP or something.
    I have made an apache entry for /usr/local/cpanel/base where the webmail files are located but it dosn't prompt for username and password, which means that webmail doesn't get the username and password which results in a php error.
    Anyone shead some light on the actual file to prompt for a login?
    I am sure many here get requests from clients for this?
     
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