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phpSUEXEC questions

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by VultureCP, Aug 17, 2005.

  1. VultureCP

    VultureCP Member

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    I have a copy of squirrelmail running in /var/www/mail right now its chowned to nobody:nobody however I want to install phpSUEXEC and that wont work. I have 7 different users that use the email so it would have to work cross domains. Any suggestion as to where I should look? Is there a way to exclude areas from checking?

    Thanx,
    Chuck
     
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    webignition Well-Known Member

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    Is there any major reason why you can't use the squirrelmail installation that comes with cpanel?
     
  3. VultureCP

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    Its a customized version for those users only, requiring them not to have to login with full emails and bypassing the cPanel login system.
     
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    Do all those who use this customised version of squirrelmail do so via the same URL?

    If so could you not create a new account for squirrelmail to run from and copy everything over to this new account and then chown everything correctly. With phpsuexec enabled this should then present no problems (or will it?).
     
  5. VultureCP

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    No they do www.theirdomain.com/mail/ which is an Alias to /var/www/mail/ which is where phpSUEXEC has a heart attack.

    -Chuck
     
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    fred123123 Well-Known Member

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    A solution would be to install on one of your domain...

    So the directories and files will be owned by the user and phpsuexec will work...
     
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    I will give that a try.

    Thank you,
    Chuck
     
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    Did doing this work for you?
     
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