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How to "really" disable neomail

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by Chris2k3, Aug 15, 2004.

  1. Chris2k3

    Chris2k3 Member
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    Hi

    I have neomail unchecked under tweak Settings and it doesn't appear in the webmail screens, but people are still able to manually go to http://domain.com:2095/neomail.pl and use it ;\

    Is this a bug? how can i completely disable neomail so it's not available (other than just changing the permissions on the neomail scripts so it wont run, there must be a proper way)


    thanks
     
  2. bennet

    bennet Well-Known Member

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    That also happened with me. I think nobody still saw this.
     
  3. ThaMATRiX

    ThaMATRiX Well-Known Member

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    Yea, is there a real way to do this? Thanks.
     
  4. jandafields

    jandafields Well-Known Member

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    I guess you could delete the "neomail.pl" file...
     
  5. nerdzoll

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    Mebe

    Would this work??? mebe:
    Rename the neomail.pl file so you have a backup. Then create a symbolic link from neomail.pl to the webmail program of your choice... that way it will automatically redirect them...
    This would work in theory... however I have not attempted to do it myself.
    Cheers
    Nerdzoll!
     
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