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Old 13th April 2012, 11:09
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Default Strange alias behaviour...

Friendly greetings!

I have a very strange problem... some time ago i installed roundcube with my ispc installation and everything are working nice and smooth.
Im using a "Alias /webmail" in roundcube.conf etc, as i said it's all working great on all domains on the server... UNTIL yesterday when i added a new domain and site and tried to access the webmail via www.mysite.com/webmail and i get the response "404 /webmail can not be found on this server"... but at the same time its still working on all the other domains.
What's going on?
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