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Old 17th November 2008, 10:00
id10t id10t is offline
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Right, but it gives each linux user a prefix based on the ISPConfig domain that they are a member of... so joe@foo is really web1_joe on the linux side,and joe@bar is really web3_joe .

So what I'd like to do is configure a instance of roundcube to act just like the .pkg version does, but not be under the URL/Port of our ISPConfig install - rather, I'd like users to access it at webmail@theirISPConfighosted domain. Instead of entering web1_joe and a password, he'd enter joe@foo and his password to get to his mail.

Like I said, the instance of redcube that comes in the ispconfig .pkg file does this, I'd like that same functionality but hosted on each domains webmail.domain.tld....
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