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Discussion in 'E-mail Discussion' started by buglerroller, Jun 20, 2005.

  1. buglerroller

    buglerroller Registered

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    Is there any way to make the webmail and cpanel logout auto redirect somewhere else? For example;
    http://www.domain.com

    Any help would be appreciated.
    Thanks
     
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    Can anyone follow up on this?

    This would be great to know.
     
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    I have looked for this when skinning but it isnt part of the theme, theres a seperate logout/ folder somewhere with the script in it that logs you out, will be overwritten by a cpanel update if you were to change it
     
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    What about using a cpanel proxy? This would keep the url using port 80 and then use a cpanel redirect??

    Any takers?

    Where's that cpanel proxy? I'll have to go digging the archives again....

    Cheers,
    WT
     
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    Tweak setting -> Logout Redirection URL

    I would like to use this but my resellers don't like me to sell stuff to their clients :)
    Maybe the reseller also should have this option in their WHM, that would be relly great.
     
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