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Webmail w/o CPanel access?

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by doni49, Mar 19, 2007.

  1. doni49

    doni49 Well-Known Member

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    Is there some way to access webmail without logging in to CPanel?

    I have a few email accounts that I'd like to access w/o logging to CP. It seems to me that a user should be able access his email w/o having CP access.
     
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    Is there a way to do this for individuals that have e-mail accounts without giving them cpanel login instructions. when they type in mail.customerdomain.com/webmail the first thing that comes up is the cpanel log in information then username and password. What if you don't want the person with an e-mail to have access to the c-panel?
     
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    cPanelDavidG Technical Product Specialist

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    That's abnormal. Typically a webmail user never needs that information. If your webmail users need a cPanel username/pass rather than an e-mail/pass for their webmail account to access webmail then there is something wrong somewhere and you should have someone check into that for you.
     
  5. doni49

    doni49 Well-Known Member

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    One thing I see that's fifferent between what you said your users
    enter and what the original reply said to do (which the original reply DOES work) is that you said your users enter mail.domain.com/webmail. Try what the original reply said www.domain.com/webmail.
     
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