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Old 6th February 2008, 06:49
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Can you please walk me through on how I can create email accounts at ISPConfig and how I can use those accounts to login at UebiMiau Webmail connected at my ISPConfig Tools section https://mydomain.com:81/webmail ?
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Open the site settings, go to the user & email tab, click on new and enter the details of your email account.

To login to this account, enter the email address and password that you had chosen for this account in UebiMiau.
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