webmail.ini refers to our older webmail product and has been replaced by surgeweb. So any webmail.ini solutions should not be referred to when configuring surgeweb.
The HIDDEN@n part being already specified" is the default behaviour provided surgemail can identify the domain, generally using url hostname but can also be using ip address.
Have a look at the "Value added features - surgeweb" in the admin interface. This allows you to do lots of customisation. Also have a read of:
The recommended way of getting per domain customisation is to use a css file per domain. This would typically be located:
In the same place in the admin interface you can enable the use of a custom html page for the login page too. This would typically be located:
Let us know if you have any further trouble.
On Sunday 09/06/2013 at 1:44 pm, surgemailHIDDEN@etwinsite.com wrote:
I am new to SurgeMail so please forgive if my questions seem novice.
I have a number of domains that I need to configure on one mail server with one WAN IP and one LAN IP and port forwarding through a Cisco router.
I have have setup http redirects for each of the domains in the following configuration:
webmail.domain1.com redirects to domian1.com:7080/surgeweb
webmail.domain2.com redirects to domain2.com:7080/surgeweb
etc. . .
I would like users to be presented with a login page that is specific to the domain they have an account (i.e. the login page for webmail.domain1.com would ask the user for their user name and HIDDEN@n1.com" would already be specified.
I see where this should be possible, but the webmail.ini is pointed to as the solution. I may be completely out of my mind, but I cannot find this file on the server it is surgemail is installed on.
Anyone have a suggestion?