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Discussion in 'E-mail Discussion' started by gohost, Jul 29, 2006.

  1. gohost

    gohost Registered

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    I want to no how to install this system with out being in Cpanel Like this company has it

    http://mail.clearmail.net.au/src/login.php

    Can you tell me the right commands in shell How to do it and chomds everything thank you
     
  2. AndyReed

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    If these guys are using the cPanel, then they must did some serious work to get a second instance of Squirrelmail up and running. Although I've never done this before, but I think you might have a port conflict, if you install another copy/instance of Squirrelmail on a cPanel server.
     
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    Re

    There has got to be a way
     
  4. AndyReed

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    Sure! Download and install a 2nd copy of Squirrelmail. Then you can troubleshoot any probelm you might have. :)
     
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    lloyd_tennison Well-Known Member

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    It took me several treis to find this and I knew it existed! (How I hate the lousy search in Vbulletin! You can rearely find what you are looking for and I know I have the exact terms!)

    Chek out this thread. I do not remember where I stole it from.

    http://forums.cpanel.net/showthread.php?t=28362
     
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    Serious work? Port conflict? What on earth are you talking about?

    Just create a subdomain in cpanel, for the account you want this for (or you could do it for the server's owner account, and make it available to all clients on that server)

    So creat a subdomain, let's say you call it "email", dor the domain domain.com

    ssh to the box, go to the directory /home/domain.com's username/www/email

    download the latest stable copy of squirrelmail, gunzip-it, and it will probably create a folder called squirrelmail-1.x.x there. Move the contents to the of that folder in the "email" folder.

    from the shell, configure squirrel. (in there's a conf.pl file, run it)
    it is very easy to set up, after you did that, chmod the email/data dir to be able to write in it, and point your browser to
    http://email.domain.com . It should redirect you to email.domain.com/src/login.php

    Login with email addy and password, and that's it.
    works for ALL email accounts on that server, not just for the ones on domain.com
     
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