Til, that did the trick. Strange thing is that I tried using https://www.domain.tld:81/mailuser
a number of times. That was before I disabled and then re enabled Maildir for the site. I did not try it again after I re enabled and was only trying with an actual username.
Once I was finally able to get the login screen I had trouble logging in. I tried several variations. firstname.lastname@example.org
, web1_username, username, and none of these worked. So I checked my directories and the users were indeed there. I came back a short time later and tried again with web1_username and then it worked! I made no changes so I don't understand why it it didn't work the first time around. A script or function that runs at first login that causes a slight delay?
Just so that I understand. When we go to https://www.domain.tld:81/mailuser
a function is run that states look at some location or file for list of usernames and what the actions their allowed to use? For instance when I go to /home/admispconfig/ispconfig/web/mailuser I can see the web pages that load for login, also the index page for mailuser page. But what I don't know is how or where it finds the users and what file it uses to authenticate the users password. Can you write a brief statement regarding or if it has been discussed in detail elsewhere point me to that forum discussion?