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how to personalize the horde/c-panel based webmail

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussion' started by charifmo, Aug 3, 2006.

  1. charifmo

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    [Resolved] how to personalize the horde/c-panel based webmail

    Hello all ya;

    I have to personalize the authentication page of webmail horde (integrated to c-panel)…the problem is when I try to access my mail with webmail (using imp/horde) I get an authentication window :( …what I want to do is to replace this window with an authentication html(or php) page like this example : : https://ssl.ouvaton.coop/horde/imp/ :rolleyes:

    thx a lottt
     
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    you would have to place your authentication page on a public site, and post the username and password over to the horde scripts

    e.g. a redirect to https://user:pass@server.name.com:2096/horde/login.php

    EDIT: the format is user : pass without the spaces, damn smileys!

    this could be considered a little insecure though
     
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    thk'u;

    I've tryed what you told me to do, that's working for all the kind of browsers Except "Microsoft Internet explorer":eek: ...do you know why???? is there a solution for that?:rolleyes:
     
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    probably the @ sign, try urlencoding the strings before you pass them over
     
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    thx a lot friend!!!!

    ok that's good...:D
     
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