Hey, I see that having http://webmail.domain.com point to webmail is a pretty common request, so this is what I did to set that up with NO maintenance. I saw solutions of people using scripts to redirect the browser, etc. My method uses a dedicated IP address for webmail (which not everybody can do, but I found to be the easiest way for me to do this). Since I have extra IPs that aren't allocated to anything, I created a domain called webmail.mydomain.com and gave this account it's own IP address. I then set in mydomain.com's zone file: webmail IN NS ns1.mydomain.com. IN NS ns2.mydomain.com. I then logged into the cpanel for this account and redirected the root directory to http://ip.address.here:2095/horde/index.php (we force users to use horde, you don't have to). Once this was done, I needed to add A records for webmail.* to the respective zone files. To do this I ran the following commands as root from the shell: # cd /var/named # for i in `ls *.db`; do echo "webmail IN A ip.address.here" >> $i; done This will add the webmail.domain.com A record to each zone file that you serve. I then modified the zone templates to add: webmail.%domain% IN A ip.address.here So basically I have it running well, and I don't have to maintain it or fix it if a script breaks. I realize that this method isn't for everybody, as you need an IP address to basically waste, but it works well for me. I take no responsibility for you wrecking your system by doing this. Thanks!