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Offline laser20

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Webmail clients - now don't see?
« on: January 14, 2018, 08:52:26 PM »
Until recently, there was always a link to webmail from Cpanel - that took me to a page with three hosts - Roundcube, Squirralmail, and whatever the third was.

Today, (ok, the first time I've looked in a few months) I don't find a link to these webmail clients.
I do see links under Softalicious to install clients.
This is the first time I've looked since the nocification that Rhea would be upgraded.
What happened? should I install one of those clients using Softalicious? If I do, will it find the previous email files?

???

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Re: Webmail clients - now don't see?
« Reply #1 on: January 15, 2018, 06:35:39 AM »
They do indeed seem to have moved (or hidden) the old email clients. I don't use them myself, except when traveling without my laptop. On my regular PC, I find it a lot easier to install and use an email client such as Thunderbird or Outlook (there are many others) -- you may want to consider that, as they're generally a lot easier to use, and more powerful.

Anyway, if you want to continue using one of those built-in clients, maybe the best thing is to open a support ticket and find out what the story is (whether you need to install a client). Perhaps you could share with us the results? And thanks for the Heads Up that the old clients seem to be gone.
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Re: Webmail clients - now don't see?
« Reply #2 on: January 16, 2018, 10:50:43 PM »
Ok, they are still available - it seems that my IP got blocked, says support.
No shortcut icons, but access by the advertised method

https://{servername}.lunarservers.com:2096/ should do it, or {yourdomainname}/webmail

Still having funky access issues to my site, but that's another topic.