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Old 31st January 2006, 19:39
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I've tried to do that, but without any success. For some reason, I've not managed to do it. I got a separate IP address, but didn't manage to get Apache2 and Apache1 to stick to their own IP and ports.

I tried and tried, but at the point of http://www.howtoforge.com/forums/sho...=7628#post7628 I gave up. I couldn't get it to work.
It is possible to configure this like falko described it in the post, I've done this on one or two servers. But i dont have access to the httpd.conf files anymore to post a copy of the config.
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Old 31st January 2006, 20:23
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Yes, I'm sure it is possible, but I failed to manage. I wish I'd gone for cpanel, to be honest.

Till and Falko do their best to offer support, but it seems to stop after a few ideas, and you wait for days for a reply. With a paid-for service I could expect a speedy response, but this is free, so it's not reasonable to grumble.
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Yes, I'm sure it is possible, but I failed to manage. I wish I'd gone for cpanel, to be honest.

Till and Falko do their best to offer support, but it seems to stop after a few ideas, and you wait for days for a reply. With a paid-for service I could expect a speedy response, but this is free, so it's not reasonable to grumble.
You can get commercial support from projektfarm GmbH for ISPConfig too including email spport, remote login, complete installations etc. There is no difference to cpanel.
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Yes, I'm sure it is possible, but I failed to manage. I wish I'd gone for cpanel, to be honest.

Till and Falko do their best to offer support, but it seems to stop after a few ideas, and you wait for days for a reply. With a paid-for service I could expect a speedy response, but this is free, so it's not reasonable to grumble.
I must object to the above! I REALLY don't think Till & Falko stop after a few ideas. Besides that, in my personal experience I've never ever had to "wait for days" to get a reply, and I guess that most other ISPConfig user agree with me on that! These guys donate their free time to this project, and help as best as they can!

Stating that you'd wish you'd gone for cpanel is a little below the belt, don't you think...

In my opinion this is totally uncalled for...

Till & Falko, in my book you're great and, again, I think lots of others agree with me 100%

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Old 31st January 2006, 23:13
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You can get commercial support from projektfarm GmbH for ISPConfig too including email spport, remote login, complete installations etc. There is no difference to cpanel.
Thanks for that. Maybe that's the way forward. We have cpanel on a different (managed) server, and I much prefer ISPConfig, but cpanel just works.
I can't find anywhere on the projecktfarm.com to get support for ISPConfig. How do I ask for help there?

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Old 31st January 2006, 23:22
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I... in my personal experience I've never ever had to "wait for days" to get a reply, and I guess that most other ISPConfig user agree with me on that!
Sorry, but it's a fact. There is nothing to agree or disagree about. I have had to wait days for replies.
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These guys donate their free time to this project, and help as best as they can!
Agreed, and much appreciated it is too. As I said, I'm not grumbling. They do a great job, and for free. I just wish I'd gone for a paid-for product.
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Stating that you'd wish you'd gone for cpanel is a little below the belt, don't you think...

In my opinion this is totally uncalled for...
We have differing opinions. I now wish I'd gone for a paid-for service because I realise that I need more support than is reasonable to expect for free. I wasn't aware that paid-for support is available for ISPConfig. I'll see if I can find it!
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Old 1st February 2006, 13:05
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Sorry, but it's a fact. There is nothing to agree or disagree about. I have had to wait days for replies.
Just to let you know: I've been on holidays the last 17 days, and even then I spent hours on the forum every day to help as much as I could. I'm really felling frustrated and disappointed right now to hear you say something like that.

I know forums and mailing list where I never got an answer to my questions...

To your problem: Simply create a web site like webmail.example.com in ISPConfig, and in that web site you can install a webmail package like Squirrelmail, Uebimiau, etc. If you want to use Uebimiau, don't use the one from the ISPConfig web site, but the one from the Uebimiau web site.
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Old 1st February 2006, 13:20
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BTW: professional support is available under info [at] projektfarm.de. Just drop us an email.
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Just to let you know: I've been on holidays the last 17 days, and even then I spent hours on the forum every day to help as much as I could. I'm really felling frustrated and disappointed right now to hear you say something like that.

Hi Falko,

Don't get too frustrated & disappointed over people like this. I'm pretty sure there are many people who do appreciate all the work you do to help 'em out.

All it takes is to look at the number of posts you've made since you started, and the same goes for Till too; that speaks for itself!

BTW, I hope you've had a very good vacation: you've earned it :-)

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I think that the number of posts is not too important... The most important is the posts help somebody... like me, like everybody in this forum (Thanks God for this forum!)
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