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From Kevin Castellow <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Interesting Problem
Date Mon, 26 Nov 2012 04:40:06 GMT
I would start with this page:       There are great
examples there.

Determine the match that you want.  Then set up the destination to the
right ip and port.   It sounds like you had a match but maybe the
destination was not what you wanted.  Work by modifying one setting at a


On Sun, Nov 25, 2012 at 11:00 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:
> Proxypass /
> Proxypassreverse /
> 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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