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Webmail Login

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by airoid, May 21, 2006.

  1. airoid

    airoid Member

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    I'm using my own custom webmail application (a modified version of squirrelmail). With squirrelmail, the login information is passed to the script so the user only has to log in once (when they access example.com/webmail).

    With my webmail app, the users must login twice (when they access example.com/webmail AND when they click on the webmail app logo to log in again).

    How does cPanel pass the login information to squirrelmail? I appreciate any help!
     
  2. MACscr

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    i would appreciate info on this as well. been googling and searching these forums with no luck so far.
     
  3. david510

    david510 Well-Known Member

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    You will need to remove the Alias set to the webmail serverwide in the httpd.conf file or Add an alias to your webmail installation directory in the virtualhost entry of the domain
     
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    There is login_auth plug-in in cPanel's SquirrelMail.
     
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    yep, i had figured that out. i should have posted my findings as well. It worked great.
     
  6. Zime

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    This should go at the start of your login/form for the email

    <form name="webmail" action="http://www.yourdomain.com:2095/login/" method="post">

    Then the input info following and the enter button



    This automatically fills in all the details and logs you in.

    Here is my login but there is a demo you may test out

    Enjoy :)

    http://www.soddard.co.uk/mailogin.php
     
    #6 Zime, Nov 25, 2006
    Last edited: Nov 25, 2006
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    How did you do that? Appreciate if you can reveal more info.
     
  8. hdwebp00

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    HELP! need script

    i need to a HTML en PHP script so users can login from my main site into their webmail account. something like a remote login.
    i've tried differet scripts with no success, they all came blank or something.
    Is there a standard script in html and the PHP file but please a script that really works?
    could u help me with this
     
  9. Zime

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    Just edit the www.yourdomain.com DO NOT EDIT THE :2095/login

    So if your website was www.example.com it would be www.exampe.com:2095/login
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    <form name="webmail" action="http://www.yourdomain.com:2095/login/" method="post">
    <div class="vert-align"><font color="#00000">
    <br>Otherwise if you do have an account Log in to check your mail</font></div>
    <div class="vert-align"><font color="#000000">Webmail - Login</font></div>
    <div class="vert-align">&nbsp;</div>
    <div class="vert-align"><font color="#000000">Email address: </font>
    <input style="background-color: #ffffa0;" title="Your Google Toolbar can fill this in for you. Select AutoFill" type="text" value="" name="user">
    <br><font color="#000000">
    <br>Password: </font>
    <input type="password" value="" name="pass">
    <br>
    <br>
    <input class="mainoption" type="submit" value="Log in" name="login"></div></div>
    </>
    </a>
    </a>
    </a>
    </a>
    </a>
    </a>
    </a>
    </a>
    <center>&nbsp;</center></div></form>
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
     
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