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Old 13th January 2011, 21:49
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After completing The Perfect Server for Ubuntu 10.10, squirrelmail will not come up using http://domainname/webmail

However it will come up with http://XXX.xxx.xxx.xxx/webmail

How do I correct this?
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Old 14th January 2011, 03:50
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In the Perfect Server set up guide it will of told you to call your server something like server1.domainname.tld . So the address to webmail would be http://server1.domainname.tld/webmail.

Make sure DNS records are set up correctly, and propagated ( can take up 24-48 hours every time you make a change. You should have DNS records set up for server1.domainname.tld , you can check the current dns by doing a dnsdig at http://ftp.menandmice.com/knowledgehub/tools/dig ( leave "Name Server" blank )

If squirrelmail comes up when you use the IP address, then its installed and working ok, which means its most likely just a domain/DNS issue.
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In the Perfect Server set up guide it will of told you to call your server something like server1.domainname.tld . So the address to webmail would be http://server1.domainname.tld/webmail.

Make sure DNS records are set up correctly, and propagated ( can take up 24-48 hours every time you make a change. You should have DNS records set up for server1.domainname.tld , you can check the current dns by doing a dnsdig at http://ftp.menandmice.com/knowledgehub/tools/dig ( leave "Name Server" blank )

If squirrelmail comes up when you use the IP address, then its installed and working ok, which means its most likely just a domain/DNS issue.



I have the same problems, but my domain is up I can control with
http://www.mydoamin.com/phpmyadmin and all work fine
but if I use
http://www.mydomain.com/webmail there is error:
ERROR: Config file "config/config.php" not found. You need to configure SquirrelMail before you can use it.


again with:

http://myinternal_IP/webmail works fine
http://myexternal_IP/webmail works fine

I don't think is DNS problem, but I don't understand the error.

Giovanni
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http://www.mydomain.com/webmail there is error:
ERROR: Config file "config/config.php" not found. You need to configure SquirrelMail before you can use it.
Is the output of the following 2 commands the same as www.mydomain.com in your post above?

Code:
hostname
Code:
hostname -f
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Is the output of the following 2 commands the same as www.mydomain.com in your post above?

Code:
hostname
Code:
hostname -f

Hi,

Code:
root@dns1:~# hostname
dns1.cuill.es
root@dns1:~# hostname -f
dns1.cuill.es


Regards


Giovanni

Code:
http://www.cuill.es/webmail/   is down error
http://cuill.es/webmail/           is down error
http://mail.cuill.es/webmail      is up
http://cuill.es/                      is up
http://www.cuill.es/               is up
http://dns1.cuill.es/               is up apache works
http://dns1.cuill.es/webmail     is up
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http://dns1.cuill.es/webmail would be the one to use

I'm guessing that http://www.cuill.es/webmail/ and http://cuill.es/webmail/ are probably pointing to the site's directory if you have set this up as a website, and there is no webmail folder or installation of squirellmail located at these 2 addresses, only at http://dns1.cuill.es/webmail , but the main thing is it works

( This link might be useful )
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