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    Desperately Need <mydomain>/mail support

    Hello,

    As part of my family webside (but at is not at all different for commecial websites), I would like to have a secure mail page.

    Really strange enough that is not possible with the actual Axigen version.

    Axigen assumes it owns the domain for it self, where it should own IMHO only a certain part of the doamain e.g. <mydomain>/mail

    So for example that option would allow a website setup like

    http:<mydomain><mainpage>
    https:<mydomain>/<private>
    https:<mydomain>/<mail>

    etc.

    I desperatly need this option, since the only alternative would be a second domain, secondpair of certificates and all not integrated.

    I would really appriciate this small but very important change.

    Sincerely,


    Louis

    #2
    you can use apache's proxy module to accomplish this


    basically you create a listener for the webmail on different port than 80 , wich is used by apache , let's say webmail http listens on 8080 (this has to be configured in axigen admin panel)
    restart axigen , and create a revers proxy in apache config

    sadly i'm not allowed to post links on the forum so please acceess this link , remove the space after to see the whole reply
    pastebin.com/WHXi7TfP

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