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Old 25th May 2013, 23:36
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Lightbulb Linking ispconfig3 port to example.com/admin/

hi all!

I sucessfully followed the guide to installing debian, isp3 dovecot and squirrel ect with a couple of tweeks to get it to actually work.

I was wondering is it possible to do something like the guide does for webmail so it can be accessed at mail.domain.com or domain.com/webmail but for ispconfig port?

something along the lines of admin.domain.com or domain.com/admin/ instead of domain.com:8080 but have it work for all hosted domains *.com/admin

Thanks in advance. I will say im not a total noob at *nix but im getting better so please be nice to me
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