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Old 12th May 2006, 05:36
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Hi,

I have just installed ISPConfig On FC5. Doese ISPConfig come with webmail.
Also is it possible to edit the logo so i can have a different logo on my login screen?

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Old 12th May 2006, 11:43
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Doese ISPConfig come with webmail.
You must install ISPConfig's webmail package: http://www.ispconfig.org/downloads.htm
You can install it with ISPConfig's Update Manager: Management -> Updates


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Also is it possible to edit the logo so i can have a different logo on my login screen?
Yes, but at the moment I don't know in which file. You might have to search the sources a little bit.
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Old 12th May 2006, 12:25
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Ok i installed UebiMiau Webmail
Is there an address that i browse to ?

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Old 12th May 2006, 21:36
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The URL is:

http://www.adomainonyourserver.tld:81/webmail/

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You can also find a link to webmail under "Tools" in ISPConfig.
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Is there anyway to change the port on the webmail? We have a strict firewall at work and I can not access any other ports than 80...
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Create a new web site with ISPConfig and install your preferred webmail package (Squirrelmail, Uebimiau, etc.) there.
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Create a new web site with ISPConfig and install your preferred webmail package (Squirrelmail, Uebimiau, etc.) there.
How would one go about installing a webmail package for just one website - it seems that ISPConfig configures webmail and phpmyadmin packages as a global thing instead of a per-site basis?

Will I have to do this for all my websites instead of just using some kind of rewrite/proxypass combo to redirect all of them to the same interface? I too need to have my webmail accessible via default ports (80 or 443) as a subdomain but I would definitely prefer to only have roundcubemail installed once for example and just let all my users login through the same webmail interface with webmail.their_domain.com instead of main_server_domain.com:81/roundcubemail

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do as falko told you and on every new domain you add don't forget to goto Co-Doamins tab on your webmail site and add

hostname: webmail
domain: their_domain.com

and to make sure that is going to work you can see all od the webmail.site.com hostnames in your Vhosts_ispconfig.conf as ServerAlias.

it will be nice to be automated but this will work also ... maybe in some new release this will be done with 1 click

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do as falko told you and on every new domain you add don't forget to goto Co-Doamins tab on your webmail site and add

hostname: webmail
domain: their_domain.com
Thanks for the co-domain stuff, I thought that might be a solution. The problem I'm having is I don't know how to install roundcubemail or other packages for one specific site or subdomain? I can install it through the Management -> Update section but once installed how do I get it to work for just the one domain?

Example:

I have domain.com setup as my default server name and have installed roundcubemail as an addon package. How do I add webmail.domain.com (assuming I add it as a new site), but how do I get the webmail interface to show up as the primary page for webmail.domain.com instead of as: http://webmail.domain.com:81/roundcubemail?

Thanks for all your help in this,

wustl_2008

Okay, update on this - I reread falko's post and think this is what he's saying (in clearer terms for myself for later):

create subdomain as new website: webmail.domain.com
go to the server location /path/to/web/root/webmail.domain.com/web and install the webmail application on that actual domain.
Seems like a hard way to go about doing it but I'll gladly do it if that is all that is required and then I can just do co-domains for all the other sites! Thanks for the help!

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