Re: SquirrelMail (webmail)

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Tom Coady said:
>
> Tom Coady wrote:
>> No the squirrelmail.conf looks OK but it's true I have no FQDN. I
>> always run away and hide at this point as I mistakenly? assume this
>> FQDN needs to be registered with the DNS whereas the reality is that
>> it should work fine if I just tell /etc/hosts the IP for my
>> ficticious domain name?
>
> I told apache ServerName fish.com
> and /etc/hosts
> fish.com     192.168.0.193
> but it still needs a trailing / to pick up the webmail redirect.
>
> Should ServerName be the same as hostname?

Is the client you are trying to use connected to the Internet?  fish.com
is a registered and active web site.

Try using fish.coady (which will not exist on the Internet).  What does
the redirect put in your address bar?

-- 
William Hooper





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