Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by captnops, Jan 22, 2008.

  1. captnops

    captnops New Member

    I have installed the Ubuntu 7.10 Perfect Server, and I need a webclient.

    I have followed the Squirrelmail On Your ISPConfig Server Within 10 Easy Steps tut and when I access the webmail site, it gives me an "Authentication failed. Please try again" error.

    I know the user is correct, because I just created it.

    Also, I have a domain already on ISPConfig. Is there any way to integrate squirrel webmail into that or do I need to create a new site for just the webmail?

    Thank you

  2. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    If you want to have a squirrelmail version which is integrated into ispconfig, please install the squirrelmail package that is listed on the ispconfig downloads page trough the ispconfig software update function. You can access this squirrelmail package then from the ispconfig toolds menu
  3. captnops

    captnops New Member

    I have looked under ISPConfig -- Tools and do not understand how to install squirrelmail from there.

    I was under the impression that following the HOW TO for Ubuntu Perfect Server that I would be good to go.

    Also, aside from the Auth Error when attempting to login, i noticed other strange behavior;

    1. If I enter the address: , it appears to give me a generic front end to squirrelmail (although it lacks my customizations made during the config step in the how to)

    2. If I enter the address:, I am re-directed to this address: and it is customized with godaddy's information.

    All help is greatly appreciated,
  4. Hans

    Hans Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    Howto install the squirrelmail package for ISPConfig

    If you want to install Squirrelmail by using the package provided here: please do the following to install it.

    1) Login as admin into ISPConfig.
    2) Select Managment > Update Manager > Update
    3) Within the form that occurs, choose for URL
    4) Paste the URL within the URL field.

    Now The Squirrelmail will be installed on your system.

    To visit your Squirrelmail website click on Tools.
    Click on Squirrelmail within the structuretree.

    That's it. :)
  5. jonwatson

    jonwatson New Member

    Sadly this pkg seems to have been made from the 1.5 development tree. Anyone have a stable package?


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