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Web mail outside cPanel ?

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by dxer, Dec 9, 2003.

  1. dxer

    dxer Well-Known Member

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    I see that it is possible to directly go to web mail such Neomail but for entering in there it is a must to enter with cPanel login data (main user+password) . This is OK but the thing is that I have like 4 users who wants to check their mail from this Web mail programmes and it seems that Web mail programmes login just to main user with main e-mail

    How can other users login to their e-mails by Web mail by going directly to the Neomail or other web mail programmes



    thanks
     
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    Tom Pyles Well-Known Member

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    Very Easily
    Your users can go to yourdomain.com/webmail

    They will get a login box and they'll need to enter username@yourdomain.com as the username and the password would be whatever you set up the mail account with.
     
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    dxer Well-Known Member

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    Great !

    Thanks
     
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    damainman Well-Known Member

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    Has anyone been successful in using a webbased login form? Like if a site offered email to their staff, they would just go to site.com/mail and log in through a form?

    My previous host did, not sure how though.
     
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    I don't think it's possile. I have tried it with simple GET and POST forms, PHP scripts, etc. none work. It asks that prompt again whatever way you try.
     
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    Once people are logged in, I don't see anywhere a link for them to logout...

    Is it there somewhere and I just can't see it?
     
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    One of my clients now wants to "connect pages with e-mail". He wants from me to provide him path to mail so every worker of him could read mails in this way. He sent me this code so can someone tell me what he wants exactly and is it possible.


    $inbox = imap_open("{localhost:110/pop3/nec}INBOX",$_SESSION['SESSION_USER_NAME'], $_SESSION['SESSION_USER_PASS'], OP_HALFOPEN) or header("Location: error.php?ec=1");
     
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