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Webmail for website users

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by ClayW, Mar 3, 2004.

  1. ClayW

    ClayW Registered

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    Is there a way to setup Webmail for website viewers.. For example, I am setting up a webpage for my volunteer fire company.. www.ceciltonvfd.com And I want the member of the company to get their own email address and be able to check it from the webmail.. They only way I see now is by going to domain.com/webmail and logging on as the admin..

    Any and all help would be great!, I would even give you credit on the website for helping me!! :)

    Thanks Guys..
     
  2. PWSowner

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    Individual POP accounts can log in by just going to domain.com/webmail and log in with the full email address and password.
     
  3. ClayW

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    Thanks!! Is there anyway were you can set it up to just offer one of the webmail clients instead of offering the the option to pick from the 3 ? Like If if I just wanted to offer them Squirrel Mail to keep everyone's the same ?
     
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    Go into the main WHM and click on "Tweak Settings" go down till you see the check boxes for the 3 webmail services.
     
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    If you don't want to disable the other mail programs, but just want the users to log directly into Squirrel (for example), give them this link (changing the obvious):
    https://ip.of.account.here:2083/3rdparty/squirrelmail/index.php

    If you didn't want them to have to type all that in, you might consider a ModRewrite to take something like "MyMail" and redirect to that URL. That way they enter 'domain.com/MyMail', and it goes straight to the squirrel login...well, the http auth login, anyway.
     
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    Any change of an example of the code for doing this?

    Bill
     
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