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todx 9th April 2012 16:58

Auto login to phpMyAdmin and Webmail
 
Hey guys, I'm new at this forum. I've been wondering if there is a way to setup/configure ISPConfig to automatically login to phpmyadmin and/or webmail once the icon in the ISPConfig control panel is click? At the moment(default settings) it just redirects to phpmyadmin or webmail page...

Is this a php type of a question? If it is, where should I post?

Mitzy 9th April 2012 19:17

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Originally Posted by todx (Post 277007)
Hey guys, I'm new at this forum. I've been wondering if there is a way to setup/configure ISPConfig to automatically login to phpmyadmin and/or webmail once the icon in the ISPConfig control panel is click? At the moment(default settings) it just redirects to phpmyadmin or webmail page...

Is this a php type of a question? If it is, where should I post?

Yeah it does seem a bit redundant doesn't it, you'd have to hack the templates, wouldn't know where to begin.

Why don't you make a suggestion to the tracker?

todx 9th April 2012 19:20

What/who is a tracker?

Mitzy 9th April 2012 19:35

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Originally Posted by todx (Post 277018)
What/who is a tracker?

Mixed up my terms, feature request forum lol

http://www.howtoforge.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=31

todx 9th April 2012 21:03

I think the problem here is that ISPConfig need to post original username and password (not hashed - md5ed). They store encoded password into mysql so I don't think this is possible.

falko 10th April 2012 20:48

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Originally Posted by todx (Post 277023)
I think the problem here is that ISPConfig need to post original username and password (not hashed - md5ed). They store encoded password into mysql so I don't think this is possible.

That's right. ISPConfig does this for security reasons.

todx 10th April 2012 22:25

Yeah its probably for the best. Case closed! =)

** I'm gonna post a serious-hardcore review soon on what to change/add/remove etc. so be prepared!


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