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Want to use only squirrelmail on a dedicated server

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by Roy@ENHOST, Jul 5, 2004.

  1. Roy@ENHOST

    Roy@ENHOST Well-Known Member

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    Hi guys I wanted to use a dedicated server just for webmail using squirrelmail.

    Is it possible to present a login right when a member access the domain instead of using the port 2095 or /webmail method? I think this shouldnt be too hard.
     
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    i recommend installing the latest version of squirelmail, and not using cpanel's

    this way, you have the latest, most bug-free version, and it works on port 80.

    it is extremly easy to set up.
     
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    And we can access login screen on a domain directly without going throught port 2095 right?
     
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    if you install squirrelmail in, let's say /squirrel directory, then when you go to www.domain.tld/squirrel you will be redirected to

    /squirrel/src/login.php

    there you have 2 fields, email address and password.
    it can be accessed BY ALL customers, not only by domain.tld customers.
     
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