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  1. #1
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    icewarp webmail "Your session is no longer active."

    The MTA is MailEnable Standard and running on Win2003. I didn't make any changes to the server recently.

    I have referred to the icewarp forum help but could not solve the issue. It seems that many providers also having the similar issue as listed in Google.

    Anybody could help?

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    icewarp is for merak mail server . Are you running merak webmail with mailenable ??
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    Quote Originally Posted by activelobby4u View Post
    icewarp is for merak mail server . Are you running merak webmail with mailenable ??
    Yes, it is created by the previous administrator and i have no idea why it is setup this way.

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    I believe the problem is with the session. I can login on localhost (server) but not remotely.

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    is your mailenable licenced ..in that case you can switch the webmail version to that of mailenable...


    Also what Ip is the webmail configured to ?
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    Problem solved by upgrading the webmail. Yes, ME is licensed. I don't really want to make major changes as i'm still new on this server.

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    icewarp usually crashes at times, while mewebmail is more stable webmail software.

    You can use them together if you wish to, by having the configuration in your iis as a virtual directly or under a different subdomain, so that you can give you choices to your customers in case one fails.
    Sam
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