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  1. #1
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    https and neomail

    I have a new customer whos site is in the same IP address as my main site (as all my customers). Well.. in his former hosting company he use to access the webmail using https
    He tried to use his bookmark and voila.. neomail redirected him to my site!
    https://www.hissite.com/neomail
    and apache recirected it to:
    https://www.mysite.com/neomail
    Yes he can use neomail, but that's what he don't want.
    BTW, if he enters http://www.hissite.com/neomail everything goes ok...
    At the moment I disabled ssl for my site in order to reject https connections. But it's a pain in ... you know where.. the rest of the sites now complains because the use to manage their sites https://www.theirsites.com/siteadmin and not they are not being "secured"

    How can I fix neomail?

  2. #2
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    not an expert or a server admin - just a thought.

    Does he use his "favorites" to go to his email? - if so tell him to update his favorites (bookmark) to the HTTPS.

    Also FYI - some proxies deny their users to access HTTPS, no idea why. htppacess (sp) can deny https access one site on your server I think. Ni idea how - but ask your support, or FAQ for it.

  3. #3
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    Got it.. just that there are like 20 people to change to http. Disabling https I'm forcing them to go http but... why is neomail doing that?

  4. #4
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    Any neomail expert here?

  5. #5
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    Mar 2002
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    hi

    I am not a expert, but SSL kan onlu work on one site and that is in your case your site.

    Hope this help.
    regards,
    babak

  6. #6
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    Then why when you type: https://www.anysite.com/siteadmin you are not redirected to the main site?

    but when you type https://www.anysite.com/neomail you are?

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