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RainLoop Webmail Client-more easy acces?
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[Solved] RainLoop Webmail Client-more easy acces?
Hi
every one 
I have installed the good Webmail Client 'RainLoop'.
the normal way to have acces this client is:
http://mydomain.com/modules/Rainloop_webmail/app/
Any Idea to create a subdomain to have acces to this module like:
webmail.mydomain.com

thanks
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#2
[Solved] RE: RainLoop Webmail Client-more easy acces?
A search of the forums would have shown you:
#Using Custom Vhost Entries for Webmail, MySQL, Etc.  -The way you are asking
#[How-To] Set up /webmail or /mysql for all domains  -Much easier, safer and universal way to do it.
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[Solved] RE: RainLoop Webmail Client-more easy acces?
In http://forums.sentora.org/showthread.php?tid=495
I get lost in


Quote:Module Admin>Apache Config>Override a Virtual Host Setting>[select domain]>Custom Entry

(Customize file/folder paths to work with your server setup.)

and I try with
Quote:
Code:
Alias /webmail /etc/sentora/panel/etc/apps/webmail/
as a Global Vhost Entry in Module Admin > Apache Config.
This allows all domains and subdomains to use domain.com/webmail to access roundcube and has worked without flaw for a few years now.
(I also use a similar variation for external phpmyadmin login.)
Doing it this way also prevents clients from having to add a webmail record to their DNS settings. Much easier for everybody

but i see 404 error not found

On th other hand I can Not have acces to:

Quote:http://forums.sentora.org/showthread.php?tid=1214
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[Solved] RE: RainLoop Webmail Client-more easy acces?
finally done fallowing this:
http://forums.sentora.org/showthread.php?tid=495
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[Solved] RE: RainLoop Webmail Client-more easy acces?
Using this way: http://forums.sentora.org/showthread.php?tid=1214 you do not have to mess with any DNS changes or anything. That is why it is easier and ALL domains you add to your server will have access to webmail/mysql using domain.com/webmail or domain.com/mysql
Another benefit of using the /webmail style is that you do not need to add another SSL certificate for it because your domain's SSL will protect it.

I am not sure why 'you get lost'.

But after reviewing that post, I have updated it to what I am currently using and it is even EASIER to use than the previous instructions Wink

Only one copy-and-paste and it's done. I think the issue you had was that apache was not restarted after the changes were made. I just updated my server with the information in the update post and I also had to restart apache manually.

There may be a bug on the apache restart. I will try and find some time to look into it.
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[Solved] RE: RainLoop Webmail Client-more easy acces?
(05-10-2017, 07:37 AM)TGates Wrote: Using this way: http://forums.sentora.org/showthread.php?tid=1214 you do not have to mess with any DNS changes or anything. That is why it is easier and ALL domains you add to your server will have access to webmail/mysql using domain.com/webmail or domain.com/mysql
Another benefit of using the /webmail style is that you do not need to add another SSL certificate for it because your domain's SSL will protect it.

I am not sure why 'you get lost'.

But after reviewing that post, I have updated it to what I am currently using and it is even EASIER to use than the previous instructions Wink

Only one copy-and-paste and it's done. I think the issue you had was that apache was not restarted after the changes were made. I just updated my server with the information in the update post and I also had to restart apache manually.

There may be a bug on the apache restart. I will try and find some time to look into it.

Thanks one again
I allredy have working webmail.mydomain.com using virtual host configuration, and adding the respective DNS A records in my setora and domain register.

But I would like to setup using Global VHost Entry, for all the benefit that you mention in you reply. So I add
Alias /webmail /etc/sentora/panel/modules/Rainloop_webmail/app/ in Global VHost Entry (mudule admin/Apache config) and after that I restart apache service.
Then whe I try to get biden.com/webmail the answer is:

Quote:Error 403 - Access Forbidden

You are not authorised to view this page or directory....
This may be due to the following reasons:-

  1. The web server is setup to disable directory listings.
  2. You supplied an incorrect user/password when attempting to browse this area.
If you believe you are getting this error message by mistake, please contact the website administrator.
Do you have any idea?
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[Solved] RE: RainLoop Webmail Client-more easy acces?
How do i login to my control panel?
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