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[Webmail] Disable some options

Discussion in 'Data Protection' started by Julien PHAM, Jul 15, 2009.

  1. Julien PHAM

    Julien PHAM Active Member

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    Hi,

    is there a way to disable some options on the page where a user goes when he enters webmail? For instance I would like to disable the link to the mail client setup page, the page where it shows port and address to use for mail client.

    Thanks
     
  2. InstaCarma_Tech

    InstaCarma_Tech Well-Known Member

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    Try this :

    1. Go to /usr/local/cpanel/base/webmail/
    2. Get into the theme directory that you are using.
    3. Open the index.html page and comment out the relevant entries.
     
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  3. Julien PHAM

    Julien PHAM Active Member

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    Thanks it works. But there's no way to setup this in cpanel interface? What I'm afraid of is that when cpanel will upgrade to a new version it will override this setting...

    btw in this config page it is displayed standard and ssl versions for pop / smtp, but for pop the port to use is not displayed. And is there a way to hide the non ssl lines?
     
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    cPanelDavidG Technical Product Specialist

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    At this time, there is no way to just display the SSL information nor a means to disable the Configure Mail Client icon. You are welcome to submit these as feature requests to: cPanel Bugzilla Main Page

    One thing you can do to preserve your changes is create /scripts/preupcp to backup the custom index.html file and use /scripts/postupcp to restore the custom index.html file automatically after a cPanel update.
     
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