Webmail Configuration

rougy

Registered
Dec 16, 2006
2
0
151
Roswell, NM
Hi,

I would like to configure my VPS to use only Squirrel Mail and have a login page unique to each domain, i.e. webmail.domain1.com, webmail.domain2.com, etc.

Does anybody know if that can be done?

And if so, could you please point me in the right direction for setting it up?

Thanks much,

rougy
 

adept2003

Well-Known Member
Aug 11, 2003
283
0
166
~ "/(extra|special)/data"
I would like to configure my VPS to use only Squirrel Mail
This can be done from within WHM under "Tweak Settings".

and have a login page unique to each domain, i.e. webmail.domain1.com, webmail.domain2.com, etc.
Not easily possible since the login page you see is server-wide. However, you may be able to install a separate instance of SquirrelMail on each domain - probably a lot of work tho!

One other option would be to create a login form that sits on a page in the public_html folder of your domains. Make the form post the username/password to webmail.domain.com, so you can customise the look of the page. Users will still be able to see the standard webmail login page if they login via the standard url.
 

rougy

Registered
Dec 16, 2006
2
0
151
Roswell, NM
Thank You

One other option would be to create a login form that sits on a page in the public_html folder of your domains. Make the form post the username/password to webmail.domain.com, so you can customise the look of the page. Users will still be able to see the standard webmail login page if they login via the standard url.
That's a very good idea.

I guess I need to look at the Squirrel Mail documentation and see how they pass the variables. Probably a standard username, password combo - but I see what you say.

Thanks.