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Old 21st September 2005, 09:09
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sorry, I did not really give you much info: I am running debian 3.1 and using apache2 as it comes with ispconfig.

I am familiar with apache but not yet with apache2. I saw there is actually no httpd.conf but a apache2.conf if I am not mistaken (am at work right now, can*t check) and I also saw that there is an included vhost.conf where ispconfig writes to, I just did not want to mess with it as there was no write below this line ;-))

so I can just edit the apache2.conf and add my mail.* wirtualhost there?

I am a little bit astonished, as it seems I am the only one interested in having a mail.whateverdomain.de catch the http request and redirect to the same folder without changing the url AND maybe trafficking this traffic,... ?
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Old 21st September 2005, 09:29
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so I can just edit the apache2.conf and add my mail.* wirtualhost there?
Yes, right!
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Old 21st September 2005, 09:34
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I am a little bit astonished, as it seems I am the only one interested in having a mail.whateverdomain.de catch the http request and redirect to the same folder without changing the url AND maybe trafficking this traffic,... ?
Don't be. I am interested in subdomains as well. I just wanted to see where this thread goes before I try it and ask questions later. I'm the only client on my server server so I don't ask too much demands on myself .
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Old 21st November 2005, 16:23
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by the way, I have seen a lot of new mail services springing up like gmail, yahoo mail etc.

new meaning having this slick new webinterface with drag 'n drop and all these new features.

I think the technique is called ajax or so, anyway that doesn't matter, I was just curious if there is a free webmailer with all these cool new features?
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Old 1st December 2005, 16:57
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I installed nocc on a server, for the users who can not connect to port 81(because of company policies)
I had to add them manually to the config file of nocc.
It's not the nicest solution...but works nicely


example:
https://www.rayit.nl/webmail/nocc/
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