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I want to disable /webmail - Need urgent Help

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussion' started by apex2010, Mar 24, 2011.

  1. apex2010

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    Hello,

    One of my client wants to get their /webmail access disabled. Can any one tell me how can I disable access to e.g. www.mydomain/webmail access without hearting other domains /webmail access on the same server on my server.

    Can i do it from htAccess? or is there any other similarly easy way?
     
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    I suppose you could setup an htaccess redirect on that account, or you might create a new package, and a special Feature List to use for that special package with webmail disabled in the Feature List. Then move the account to this special package.

    I'm curious about this request. If they don't want to use it, and have no email addresses setup, and never visit that URL, isn't that enough?
     
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    I have tried creating a new feature package and transferred the account to the newly created package with No Webmail but still the /webmail is accessible.

    How can I do it from HTACCESS... will it cause any issue to other domains?

    i want the following www.myDomain.com/webmail to redirect to www.myDomain.com/

    The customer want to use emails but only on POP using outlook or some other client and want to restrict access using webmail.
     
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    You might have a look at the Redirects section of that accounts cPanel for setting up the redirect.
     
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