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    How can I disable webmail for accounts that don't have local mail delivery?

  • #2
    Hi Johan_hammy

    I do not think you can disable webmail login page but if the email account does not exist in the siteworx account, then they cannot login to it.

    To disable local delivery for email, goto siteworx account, administration, email and disable local delivery

    Once disabled, if any email accounts are setup, and you don't want them to be used by webmail, delete or disable the account

    I hope that helps and sorry if I have misunderstood your question

    Many thanks

    John

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    • #3
      The first part seemed to get it. If no one can login due to the mail not being on that server, I'd like to not expose the webmail login form. Seems kind of pointless to expose something that can't be used.

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      • #4
        Hi johan_hammy

        Yes, I understand but the webmail is a rewrite, so it works on all siteworx accounts

        I suppose you could always add a specific rewrite for the siteworx account, but this could prove time consuming if there are a lot of them, unless your IW server never uses local mail, then you could remove the rewrite

        Many thanks

        John

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        • #5
          Has anybody figured out a workaround on this issue?
          We have a customer that wants us to disable the 'domain.com/webmail' page from showing on his account.
          We tried to make a 'webmail' folder on his site but that does not work.
          Any ideas will be greatly appreciated.
          Thanks and Regards,
          Rodrigo Fernandez
          CRServers.com
          Technical Support

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          • #6
            Hi crservers

            If it's just 1 or a few, I'm thinking you might be able to insert a domain specific rewrite rule above /webmail rewrite rule

            I have not tried it myself, but think it may work

            Many thanks

            John

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            • #7
              Originally posted by d2d4j View Post
              insert a domain specific rewrite rule above /webmail rewrite rule
              Hello John,
              Thanks for your response.
              Can you be more specific on how to accomplish this?
              Where is the "/webmail rewrite rule" located?
              Thanks,
              Rodrigo Fernandez
              CRServers.com
              Technical Support

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              • #8
                Hi crservers
                I believe it needs to go in iworx.conf, but could be wrong
                ssh into server
                vi /etc/httpd/conf.d/iworx.conf (or use any editor you prefer)
                add under rewrite rule
                RewriteRule yourdomain.url/webmail(/)?$ http://your desired domain [R,L]
                Once done, you will need to restart iworx service iworx restart
                It may or may not work, or you may need a condition statement (RewriteCond rule), but if it does not work, I'll have a think and try myself when I have time over the next week
                The rewrite rule though is in iworx.conf, but this may affect all users
                Many thanks
                John
                Last edited by d2d4j; 06-05-2016, 04:30 AM. Reason: corrected a mistype

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