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chong67

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Hi.

Sorry, dont get mad at me.

What is the URL for Admin thru the WEB?

I had open Port 44337 for both TCP and UDP already.

How do I do a catch all email? Meaning anything that is not a valid userid will go to this email account.
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peterj

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Web admin runs on whatever port you have set the HTTP service to.

You can setup a catchall mailbox by creating an alias of * on your domain and use it to direct mail to the mailbox of your choice.
The '*' alias is a wildcard
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chong67

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I read in another tread that Web Amin on the web can only be done on the LAN? I cant do it from the WAN unless I use VPN?

Also, I dont see the Web Amin when I am in the WebMail interface. I have Admin rights.
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keywerks

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The web admin interface is available thru WAN unless you restrict it to your LAN. To reach the web admin interface type http://your.mailserver.com/admin

Okay?

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---> keywerks

it's true, but only if you keep default port 80.
if you change it, you're not able to access to web admin thru WAN.
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chong67

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Oh man!

I cant do it from the WAN.

I just tried.

I am NOT using Port 80 for HTTP.

Can this be changed for the next release?

I use Argosoft and I can access the ADMIN using other port.
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keywerks

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chong67 wrote on Mon, 18 July 2005 18:49

I am NOT using Port 80 for HTTP.
Can this be changed for the next release?


Just change the HTTP port. Where?s the problem?

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chong67

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I know the WebMail work just by changing the port and I use port 8080.

I did that. That was sucessfull.

For Web Admin, does it work if I use other port beside port 80?

For example, I try http://www.yourdomain.com:8080/admin

and that didnt work.
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keywerks

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Seems you have to free port 80 for the we admin.

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awj4

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I´m running webmail on port 81.

PDA and webadmin is not working, but if I type

http://localhost:81/admin/login.php


everything seems ok.

[Updated on: Mon, 18 July 2005 23:24]

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chong67

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Bingo!

You are a genious!

I was able to log in using this path

http://yourdomain.com:8080/admin/login.php

When I go in there, I dont see much. Where is the DNS configuration, etc. etc I only see users, domain and alisas.
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peterj

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That is all you can configure in webadmin

At least at the moment...

hint!
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pwhodges

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chong67 wrote on Mon, 18 July 2005 21:52

For Web Admin, does it work if I use other port beside port 80?

For example, I try http://www.yourdomain.com:8080/admin

and that didnt work.

That works perfectly for me, across the WAN, and without adding the login page to the URL.

It even works fine in Opera, although it complains about the browser not being supported.

Paul
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desquinn

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but is that on a port other than 80?

EDIT: saw your other post...... so it seems that an upgrade from RC1 does not bread something but an upgrade from .10 does.

other info: I am running on RH linux.

[Updated on: Tue, 19 July 2005 12:32]


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Yes, I meant to imply that I was specifying a different port (8025 in my case).

Looking around the forum, it seems clear to me that there are a number of issues that only come up on non-Windows servers (I am running Windows)...

Paul
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