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how to disable webmail login page

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by RuthServer, Jun 23, 2006.

  1. RuthServer

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  2. crnunez

    crnunez Regular Pleskian

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    No, it isn't possible.
     
  3. jens.jensen

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    I dont know if you can disable the page, but you can disable webmail on a per domain basis. It can be found in the domain under mail > mail preferences.

    Edit: Also, you can remove the DNS record for "webmail" in that domain. That will prevent anyone from seeing a horde login page. (apache redirects urls starting with webmail.* to the horde login)
     
  4. DCNet_James

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    You can always disable anything.

    Just move and rename the file and/or chmod it.

    On my distro FreeBSD 5.4/6.x the root is /usr/local/psa/psa-horde/imp/login.php

    Just hop on and as root chmod 0000 login.php

    Not the best solution in the world, but it will sure keep people from logging in.

    J
     
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