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From "Horner, Jonathan J. (JH8) " <...@y12.doe.gov>
Subject RE: Webmail Secure !!!
Date Mon, 01 Apr 2002 13:05:50 GMT
Not necessarily.  If you put this line in a virtual host (not the one
handling https://mywebserver.domain), it will correctly redirect.  If this
line, however, is placed somewhere where the virtual host for
mywebserver.domain (global config, mywebserver.domain <VirtualHost> section,
etc) is affected, it will cause a loop.

Thanks,

Jon Horner
WebPool
jh8@y12.doe.gov
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-----Original Message-----
From: Saqib.N.Ali@seagate.com [mailto:Saqib.N.Ali@seagate.com]
Sent: Thursday, March 28, 2002 4:36 PM
To: users@httpd.apache.org
Subject: Re: Webmail Secure !!!



> Redirect /webmail https://mywebserver.domain/webmail

I think this will make it go in loops.

Saqib Ali
=======================



 

                    "Pete Nelson"

                    <pete.nelson@ci.stp        To:
<users@httpd.apache.org>                                      
                    aul.mn.us>                 cc:

                                               Subject:     Re: Webmail
Secure !!!                                   
                    03/28/2002 09:57 AM

                    Please respond to

                    users

 

 





Because https is a different protocol, you must redirect to the SSL
server (maybe that's what you meant by 'automatically').

Try using Redirect -
http://httpd.apache.org/docs/mod/mod_alias.html#redirect

# in your 'http' virtual host -
Redirect /webmail https://mywebserver.domain/webmail

--
Pete Nelson, Web Developer
<pete.nelson@ci.stpaul.mn.us>
http://www.ci.stpaul.mn.us/

>>> tapera@inf.ufsm.br 03/28/02 11:48AM >>>
       Hi !!!

       I did install a webmail in my webserver and I would
like that my users access it on SSL Connection. The webserver
runs PORT 80 and 443.
       My idea is the following one... when the user type,
for example, http://mywebserver.domain/webmail, I would like
the connection automatically became https://....
       How I define this in the file httpd.conf?

       PS. Sorry by my bad English.

       Thanks a lot !!!

       Tiago Fioreze

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