We have installed the plugin ‘vadmin’ for squirrel mail – we’ve configured the paths in the vadmin.conf file to point to the squirrel mail installation on the server. We’ve also specified the user account that should be the superuser, after
re-uploading the conf file and restarting the web service & server has not made a difference. The server is CentOS 6 – and you can find all the PHP information on
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> We have installed the plugin 'vadmin' for squirrel mail - we've configured
> the paths in the vadmin.conf file to point to the squirrel mail installation
> on the server. We've also specified the user account that should be the
> superuser, after re-uploading the conf file and restarting the web service &
> server has not made a difference. The server is CentOS 6 - and you can find
> all the PHP information on http://x.x.x.x/info.php >
> To check the config test for squirrel mail you can access
> http://x.x.x.x/squirrelmail/src/configtest.php >
> Logging in and under options you cannot see the vadmin interface.
> If you need to test the login details for the test super account created you
> can use the following details;
> U: xxxx
> P: xxxx
> Are you able to advise what to do next or how to fix this problem?
Yes, read all the documentation in the docs directory. There is
plenty of help there and information on how to submit a more
informative request for assistance. And you should never send
credentials to a public mailing list. I suggest you change them right
away if you haven't already.