SquirrelMail Webmail Pengaturan untuk RHEL / CentOS 6
3. Start the httpd service. Learn how to start and stop services here.
1. Launch the SquirrelMail Configurationutility using the command below.
If your Terminal window has a white background, make sure that the colors are off by looking for the command Turn color on. If the command is Turn color off, type in C and press Enter to turn the colors off. This will ensure that you will be able to read all of the text.
2. Type in D and press Enter to select the Set pre-defined settings for specific IMAP servers menu. Type in dovecot and press Enter.
4. Type in 1 and press Enter to select the Domain menu. Type in your domain name and press Enter. Save your changes and quit when you are done.
5. Type the commands below to enable SquirrelMail to function properly under SELinux.
setsebool httpd_can_network_connect on setsebool httpd_can_sendmail on
I recommend installing the Retrieve User Data plugin so the user’s name will appear whenever he or she sends an email in SquirrelMail.
2. In the address box, type in http://localhost/webmail/src/configtest.php and press Enter. Check for any errors.
3. In the address box, type in http://localhost/webmail and press Enter. Type in a valid username and password and click Login.
If you encounter any problems, check the log file at /var/log/maillog.
Relocating SquirrelMail into the domain root
By default, SquirrelMail is located in the /webmail of your domain. If you prefer to access SquirrelMail from the root of your domain, follow the steps below.
1. Create the file /etc/httpd/conf.d/sqroot.confcontaining the lines below.
<VirtualHost *:80> DocumentRoot /usr/share/squirrelmail </VirtualHost>
If you are using SSL and you want to force users to use SSL, add the Redirect directive inside the VirtualHost section to redirect browsers to the secured version. See the example below.
redirect permanent / https://mail.acme.local
2. Restart the httpd service. Learn how to restart services here.
3. Now try browsing http://localhost