HELP with symlink to webmail
This might be a completely backwards way of going about it, but I was trying to get set up so that the users could get to webmail by going to www.theirdomain.com/webmail
So, I created a link in the users web directory that points to /var/www/webmail/
Now here's the catch I run into.
I have 5 domains set up, and some work with www.domain1.com/webmail
there are 2 domains that won't load the login for squirrel mail, they return a 403, forbidden error page.
This seems really odd to me, and I haven't been able to track it down, as the domains are set up identically except for name, and it wouldn't seem that the permissions would foul up one, and not the other.
Any help would be greatly appreciated, as the domains that wont load the webmail sections are for my "high maintenance" clients. It figures I suppose.
I really want to be off the windows server I have been running up til now, and a solution for this one will allow me to get away from Bill and hte gang..
You can use symlinks only on webspaces were you use either mod_php or php-cgi / fcgi without suexec. Otherwise you will get a permission error as the security settings in suphp and suexec prevent the execution of code that is outside of a website.
Makes sense, and after testing works like a charm. I did come up with another solution in searching, and it is found in this thread
Near the end of the first page of the thread, fastgrav explains that adding the following
add the following lines in /etc/apache2/conf.d/apache2-doc
Alias /webmail /usr/share/squirrelmail/
Options Indexes FollowSymlinks
Allow from all
and every virtual domain will have a www.virt-domain.com/webmail
and it works great without relying on having to worry too much about the settings per domain.
But this has the same limitations then the other solution. It wont work with suphp and it wornt work with suexec as it relys on the settings of the domain were you call it trough.
My solution is this:
Hope this helps! :cool:
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