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From Igor Cicimov <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Interesting Problem
Date Mon, 26 Nov 2012 04:58:06 GMT
On Mon, Nov 26, 2012 at 3:00 PM, Chris Arnold

> On Nov 25, 2012, at 10:17 PM, Kevin Castellow <>
> wrote:
> Yes.  That is exactly what a proxy would do for you.
> Turn on logging to know for sure.
> Ok, I disabled the last proxy pass entry to the all vhost and now I do not
> get the webmail login. What I was trying to do with the proxy pass entry
> was proxy all traffic to the email server. The
> commented out proxy pass looks like:

What do you mean by all vhosts??? You need this only in the
mail.domain.comvhost, if you have put it everywhere no wonder you are
getting the mail
server page when you go to the web server IP link.

> Proxypass /
> Proxypassreverse /

Nothing wrong with this concept except:

- Proxypassreverse should be ProxypassReverse so hope its typo here
- You need to set "ProxyRequest off" in order to have reverse proxy
- As mentione above you need the above 2 statements ONLY in the vhost you
want to proxy

> How do I go about proxying traffic to the email
> server?
> On Sun, Nov 25, 2012 at 10:14 PM, Chris Arnold <
>> wrote:
>> We have a problem and I am trying to either confirm or deny it being an
>> apache config mistake. 2 servers, 1 is and 1 is
>> On the server we have email; on the
>> server we have web server. When I go to
>> I am presented with the webmail login. This should
>> not be as the email is on The server is doing
>> proxy pass. Could apache be redirecting this traffic to and
>> keeping the address in the address bar?
>> Sent from my iPhone
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