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How to map webmail.domain.com to webmail without any port?

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by online8, Aug 31, 2009.

  1. online8

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    cPanelDavidG Technical Product Specialist

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    In tweak settings, make sure the following settings are enabled:

    Also, make sure you have mod_proxy installed. You can verify this via EasyApache. Go to WHM -> Software -> EasyApache and proceed based on your current configuration to step 5. Then click on "Exhaustive Options List" and ensure "Proxy" under Apache is selected. If not, check the checkbox and proceed with the build process. Otherwise, you can just exit EasyApache since mod_proxy is already installed.

    For existing accounts, if all of this does not automatically enable this functionality, use /scripts/proxydomains to set up the DNS accordingly.
     
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    Hello,

    I already have all the requeriments ready but is not working and always redirect me to the port. The only thing I not try yet is /scripts/proxydomains. Is safe run this script? Is not going to cause problems with the domains?
     
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    It will not cause issues with the domains to run /scripts/proxydomains as it simply sets up proxy domain entries for whm, cpanel, webmail and webdisk
     
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    Thank you.

    But does not works.

    Still redirects to http://www.domain.com:2095/

    These options are enabled in WHM, proxy and rewrite enabled too, but does not works.
     
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    cPanelTristan Quality Assurance Analyst
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    Then opening up a ticket is likely warranted if you'd also ran that script and it isn't working.
     
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    Hi. I have the same problem too.

    I have ran the script , got apache sorted out etc.. but using the webmail.domain.com still gets redirected to port 2096.

    What can be done?
     
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