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From Zia Syed <zia.cha...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Newbie Need Help
Date Wed, 05 Jan 2005 22:45:16 GMT
It doesn't work :( 
As I said, the index.php is in /var/www/webmail forlder, which
redirects to src/login.php, i tried putting both in the Redirect field
but no use.
Also there is a problem that since i'm behind firewall, I can't access
melville.homeip.net as homeip.net is from dynamicdns.org. So I want
sumthing that I can simply redirect to index.php relative to my
filesystem, rather than http:// .

Do u get what I mean? 

Thanks for ur time and help :)

Z.


On Wed, 05 Jan 2005 17:32:58 -0500, Sean T Allen <sean@usaherbals.com> wrote:
>  Redirect /mail http://melville.homeip.net/src/login.php 
>  
>  will do that
>  
>  
>  Zia Syed wrote: 
>  not necessarily. I will be ok with the src/login.php as long as it gets
> there from /mail. On Wed, 05 Jan 2005 17:05:37 -0500, Sean T Allen
> <sean@usaherbals.com> wrote: 
>  do you want the url to stay /mail in the browser? Zia Syed wrote: check
> this out http://melville.homeip.net I want the login page to be mapped to
> http://melville.homeip.net/mail and display the main page at
> http://melville.homeip.net instead. How can i do that? Thanks, Z. On Wed, 05
> Jan 2005 16:50:50 -0500, Sean T Allen <sean@usaherbals.com> wrote: but what
> is the url that you would currently access it at or have you not setup a url
> yet? if dont have a url yet then you are talking about aliasing as in
> /var/www/webmail/src isnt in your root but you want something like
> ScriptAlias /mail /var/www/webmail/src Zia Syed wrote: The login.php file is
> stored at /var/www/webmail/src/ Z. On Wed, 05 Jan 2005 16:34:26 -0500, Sean
> T Allen <sean@usaherbals.com> wrote: And what is the url for the squirrel
> mail login? Zia Syed wrote: Hi, I'm new to Apache HTTP. I would like to host
> squirrelmail webclient on my apache server with /mail directive e.g
> http://my.server.com/mail . So far looking into documentation I found about
> <VirtualHost>. I want to use port 80 for both my normal website as well as
> for webmail. According to documentation, with VirtualHost, i can use
> different ports, however, this is not want i want to achieve. I want to have
> normal website at http://my.server.com and webmail at
> http://my.server.com/mail which redirects users to squirrelmail login. I've
> pasted the snippet from my httpd.conf file. I know it should be simple
> enough to do, but can't find any documentation about it, or perhaps I'm
> searching with wrong query term on google. Please advise. Thanks, Zia
> ------httpd.conf---------- <VirtualHost *> ServerSignature email
> DirectoryIndex index.php index.html index.htm index.shtml LogLevel warn
> HostNameLookups off </VirtualHost> <VirtualHost 192.168.0.2> ServerName
> melville.homeip.net ServerAlias *.mail ServerAdmin
> postmaster@melville.homeip.net DocumentRoot /var/www/webmail </VirtualHost>
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