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Can We Disable Webmail?


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I use my computer's client to check email, and when I need to check online (for whatever reason), I'm happy going through CPanel and the excess logins--doesn't happen enough to irritate me.

 

Is there a way to disable all the shortcuts, like www.****/sqmail or http://your-tch-domain.com:2082/horde/index.php'>http://your-tch-domain.com:2082/horde/index.php ? Since I'm not using them, I'd rather not have excess login boxes lying around.

 

If I have to, I suppose I can put redirects in .htaccess for these pages --would that work? It's not as good as getting rid of these pages altogether, but it would be better than leaving them in the open. How do I find out all the possible options for these webmail shortcuts? (like that you can access Horde via http://your-tch-domain.com:2082/horde/index.php -- I didn't know that until today). Can you even do .htaccess redirects when a port is involved?

 

Is it possible to go one step further and delete Squirrel Mail and Neo Mail altogether? I'm guessing not, since they're bundled in CPanel, but I might as well ask. Then I'd only have to worry about the Horde short cuts.

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I use squirrelmail to access mine using this URL saved as a bookmark:

 

https://www.my_personal_domain_name.com/sqmail/src/login.php

 

The easiest way to find the "shortcuts" would be to open up the email and save the URL as a bookmark.

 

As far as removing the ones you don't use, I'll have to defer that to someone a little more knowledgable on the technical side than I.

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If I have to, I suppose I can put redirects in .htaccess for these pages --would that work? It's not as good as getting rid of these pages altogether, but it would be better than leaving them in the open. How do I find out all the possible options for these webmail shortcuts? (like that you can access Horde via http://your-tch-domain.com:2082/horde/index.php -- I didn't know that until today). Can you even do .htaccess redirects when a port is involved?

 

You can't override the email access options. Also, you should use :2095 or :2096 (for SSL) ports for your email logins if you have anyone other than yourself using your email. :2082 will only work for your main (cpanel login) account (for the HTTP popup login portion).

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