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Old 19th March 2010, 10:03
tony_simcock tony_simcock is offline
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Originally Posted by afandino View Post
I tried that and i get a page that says "No input file specified. "
after i created the sym link. any ideas i have seen this before when i tried previously
Hi Afandino,
What OS are you running on? if you do a ls -al in the directory you symlinked your webmail directory to, is webmail in a red block? can you access the content of the directory by following the symlink?
eg. If you go from my example above, can you view the contents of /var/www/clients/client1/client1web/webmail ?
if not, its possible the symlink hasn't worked. In which case if you do a pwd on the dir where your webmail dir is and tell me where you want it, I'll send you the command.

Tony
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