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Old 5th September 2009, 06:05
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Default Akses webmail from client domain

Dear all,

when i create webmail soft link to one of my domain (client domain), i get error code 500, but i when i access webmail directly to my main domain (/var/www/webmail) i don't get any error.

did, any thing like this happen to other ispconfig user?

thanks for any help and information
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The webmail can only be accessed from main domain. If you access it from a client domain you get a 500 error which means that the permissions of the files do not match.
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