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syrcle

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Is their a way to turn off the session expires function in webmail, so that users even at idle are not logged off of their sessions. I know their's a parameter that can be adjusted in the mailserver.cfg file to change the length of time it takes to timeout, but I was wondering if you could just set it to 0 so that it won't ever expire?
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Just set it to 10 hours (or so), that practically achieves the same, wouldn't you agree?

However, this is not really a good idea. When people just close the webmail window (instead of using the logout link first), there session stays open for as long as this parameter specifies. Should you set it to 'unlimited', this means these orphan sessions never get kicked out. You will end up with an ever increasing number of them. Not good.
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