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Restrict access to "Calendars and Contacts Client" on port 2080 and 2079

Discussion in 'Data Protection' started by Posterum, Jun 8, 2015.

  1. Posterum

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    Hi,

    How can I restrict the access to the web based "Calendars and Contacts Client" on port 2080 and 2079?
    I do not want every user with a registered email account on the server access to see all registered email addresses, create folder or upload files.

    Is there an easy way to fix this?

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    All users should not be seeing all email addresses. Can you give an example to duplicate this?
     
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    Yes, I have a email that I just created, "test123@[mydomain]" if I go to hxxps://[hostname]:2080 and log in with the credentials for the newly created email and goes to calendars, I'll get a list of all registered accounts on the server. Although I cannot see the content in each account I can see the addresses.

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    You're able to view the accounts on that cPanel account, not the entire server.
     
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    Yes that's right, but still, is it possible to disable this?
     
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    It's a new Feature that I'm not familiar with. You might want to open a ticket directly to cPanel Technical Support and find out if this can be corrected or is as expected.
     
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