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Plesk New Install + MailEnable

Discussion in 'Plesk for Windows - 8.x and Older' started by DigitalEmotions, Sep 9, 2004.

  1. DigitalEmotions

    DigitalEmotions Guest

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    I am using MailEnable Professional, I just wanted to see if anyone had any advice on whether it should be installed before Plesk or after, does it matter?
     
  2. DigitalEmotions

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  3. mrbister

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    So you got mailenable pro to co-exist with plesk, or you run things manually?

    -Jonas
     
  4. DigitalEmotions

    DigitalEmotions Guest

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    Installed over Plesks copy of mailenable standard
     
  5. GMSoftware

    GMSoftware Guest

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    Did you just install over the path of the standard edition installed by Plesk? Did everything go smoothly? Did you have to do anything special? I am asking because I am ready to install MailEnable Pro and another thread was mentionning some serious issues. Thanks for any input you can provide.
    Gilles
     
  6. DigitalEmotions

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    I read a thread with people discussing serious issues but i think they must have been talking about Plesk 6? Plesk 7 supports MailEnable Pro.

    I had no problems installing with Plesk 7. Yes installed over the standard version which Plesk installed.

    Then there are a few changes you need to make to get MailEnable Webmail working on webmail.domain.com instead of Horde.

    1. go to Computer Management -> Local Users and Groups
    2. set password to user account IME_USER
    3. go to IIS Manager
    4. select site "webmail(default)"
    5. open "webmail(default)" Properties dialog
    6. go to tab Home Directory and set it to <MailEnable Path>\Bin\WebMail
    7. go to tab Directory Security and set IME_USER as anonymous
    8. create MEWebMail virtual directory for folder <MailEnable
    Path>\Bin\WebMail under "webmail(default)"

    if you want to logon as user/password (by default you must logon as
    user@domain/password), you should replace line 133:

    oLogin.UserName = Request("UserID")

    in <MailEnable Path>\Bin\WebMail\base\default\lang\EN\login.asp with

    UserID = Request("UserID")
    If InStr(1,UserID,"@") = 0 Then
    ' user & hostname
    SiteName = GetSiteName()
    If InStr(1,LCase(SiteName),"webmail.") = 1 Then
    UserID = UserID & "@" &
    Right(SiteName,Len(SiteName)-Len("webmail."))
    End If
    End If
    oLogin.UserName = UserID
     
  7. GMSoftware

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    I followed your instructions, and everything went very smoothly. Not a single problem: all prior domains are fully enabled to use MailEnable WebMail. I am delighted!

    Thank you so much for your input.

    Gilles
     
  8. jfolker

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    Ditto!

    Been looking for this one!

    Thanks,
    Jon
     
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