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Old 27th February 2007, 04:23
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Unhappy Webmail on port 80, ISPConfig on port 81

Hi,

I'm aware that this issue has been discussed previously, but after reading for a couple of hours the ISPConfig forum, it seems the answer is still missing. I'm looking for a way to accomplish this redirect:

http://www.domain.tld/webmail -> http://www.domain.tld:81/webmail

So far, I've tested apache's redirect as suggested and it works regarding the redirect part, but at the URL it shows the address of the localhost and not the domain.tld created. In other words, it works like this:

http://www.domain.tld/webmail -> http://www.server.com:81/webmail

which for me is somehow a partial solution, as I'm trying to make a transparent webmail for every domain created.

I don't think that the "install a webmail on each domain" solution is practical; and the "create a webmail.domain.tld each time" isn't too; so I guess there's got to be a way.

So the question remains: How can I make a redirect like the first case. Can anyone suggest a rewrite rule that can accomplish this? Something like:

RewriteRule /webmail :81/webmail

Please post any advise regarding this issue I'll appreciate it very, very much.

Thank you,

Edo
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