Open Webmail user preferences

moronhead

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Hi Nick,

The improved Webmail in build 69 looks good.

One further improvement I can think of is if you could make the From: field in User Preferences slightly more flexible.

For example, if the user has pointed or parked domains they can currently only use the primary domain in the From: field. It'd be helpful if Open Webmail could have a list of the parked or pointed domains for that user in the drop-down domain menu in User Preferences. That'd be similar to the domain list that displays in the email options in Cpanel when parked or pointed domains are DNS'ed in the user's file in /var/cpanel/users.

Best regards,

Norman
 

bert

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Open webmail screwed up all my servers! I tried going to it and I received a message saying that root login was disabled for security, then cpane stopped working :-(

These updates usually screw things up. Can I just block cpanel autoupdates? Can this be done through the cron?
 

TRAIN YARD SOFTWARE

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openmail

we have same root problem, then we have to stop and start cpanel3 to fix cpanel
 

First Faze

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I get the same problem when trying to login with a local user, if I try to login with a virtual user it doesn't work at all. I never had to restart cpanel though. I am defenately looking for a faster possible more easily customizable webmail
 
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bdraco

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[quote:d6e79500b8][i:d6e79500b8]Originally posted by bert[/i:d6e79500b8]

Open webmail screwed up all my servers! I tried going to it and I received a message saying that root login was disabled for security, then cpane stopped working :-(

These updates usually screw things up. Can I just block cpanel autoupdates? Can this be done through the cron?[/quote:d6e79500b8]

Its not linked in anywhere. I'm curious? Why would you try it on a second server if you had a problem with it on the first one?
 

bert

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[i:e9f054665a]Originally posted by bdraco[/i:e9f054665a]
I'm curious? Why would you try it on a second server if you had a problem with it on the first one?
Because I am a moron, what can I say :p

No, really it does not allow to login, simply says &Root login not allowed& or something like that and then cpanel stops working, but restarting cpanel fixes the problem:
/etc/rc.d/init.d/cpanel3 restart, but the point is that is not working ;)