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Horde default cPanel email account

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by wkhastings, Sep 12, 2006.

  1. wkhastings

    wkhastings Registered

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    Hi all,

    We're recently rebuilt our cPanel/WHM server from a restore and one of the oddities that hasn't been solved yet is this. The default account for the domain should be able to log on to Horde and see all the email accounts for that domain. The problem we have is that resellers cannot see their domain's email accounts in Horde like they were able to before the restore. The permissions look correct based on a compare with another cPanel server. Is there some setting that I missed, or a tweak somewhere?

    Thank you,

    -Bill
     
  2. ujr

    ujr Well-Known Member

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    I'm assuming that you are using courier?

    We needed this on one of our server accounts too, and there is no real "fix" for it as of yet.

    However, you can create symbolic links to all the account email folders and then add/subscribe to the folder in horde.

    It's tedious and unforgiving if you need this on a large scale. In that case, I would recommend writing a shell script that will automatically add and remove these sym links for each account, and cron it.
     
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    How do I create the sybolic links?
     
  4. ujr

    ujr Well-Known Member

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    cd to path where you want the link

    ln -s /home/domainuser/mail/domain.com/emailuser .folderlinkname

    This creates a folder called:

    .folderlinkname

    in the directory:

    /home/domainuser/mail/domain.com/emailuser



    to remove a symlink:

    rm /path/.folderlinkname



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    edit:
    note that your main account has it's email folders in:

    /home/domainuser/mail

    so you'd do the above in that folder.
     
    #4 ujr, Sep 15, 2006
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