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Webmail Script That Can Integrate With cPanel

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by gmbblokus, Jun 17, 2009.

  1. gmbblokus

    gmbblokus Registered

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    Does anyone know of a webmail script that can be integrated with cPanel? If you don't know what I am talking about here's an example: I need a script that works like AOL Webmail and Gmail like as in you can view your mail and register an email address as well.
     
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    jasonhk Well-Known Member

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    Hmm for the registration use :: cPanel Email Account Creator :: Free PHP Scripts
    and for the webmail use : domain.com/webmail
     
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    Is that secured? (my first post)

    Hi,

    I just want to ask if that script is safe/secured.

    I need to hard code my cpanel username and password on the script?

    I'm not good in php but I think anyone can view that code if im not mistaken.

    Please correct me if im wrong. If im right, is there a secure way to do it?

    Thanks
     
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    cPanelDavidG Technical Product Specialist

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    From a coding perspective, if you had a reseller account, you could store the reseller username and hash (rather than password) and then use our APIs to create the email accounts, sending that information to cPanel/WHM over SSL if desired. Just be sure to store your information in a file that isn't publicly readable (e.g. a file outside public_html with x00 permissions).
     
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