calande2

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Here's how you can reproduce this bug: create an account blablabla.example.com, go to its cPanel area and create [email protected]

In WHM as root, click "Modify an Account" and change blablabla.example.com to blablabla.com

Then go back to WHM, list all accounts and in the list, click the cPanel icon in front of blablabla.com: Instead of opening the blablabla.com cPanel, it'll open the example.com cPanel

Also, if you access blablabla.com/webmail and try accessing your e-mail account [email protected], Squirrelmail will always prompt the login screen. I also tried [email protected] with no more luck. I also deleted and recreated the e-mail account.
 

dgbaker

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Sep 20, 2002
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Just like any commercial software, there is a correct way of reporting issues with the software. In this case it is with the link that Chirpy supplied. Otherwise it will not be looked into.
 

AndyReed

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May 29, 2004
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calande2 said:
Well, cPanel is paid software, and I have no problem paying for commercial software as long as it saves me time and make my life easier.
Unless you backup your calim about this bug with facts, otherwise you have no case against the cPanel/WHM control panel.