[RCU] auto domain login

Arne Berglund aberglund at lesd.k12.or.us
Wed Dec 30 04:20:21 CET 2009


You could just run multiple instance of Roundcube, each with it's own
login, URL and probably even a separate database for each. Just give each
domain a URL like

http://www.maindomain.net/domain1
http://www.maindomain.net/domain2
http://www.maindomain.net/domain3

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Arne Berglund
System Administrator, Internet Services
Lane Education Service District
Eugene, OR
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On Tue, 29 Dec 2009 17:26:19 -0800, Jim Pazarena <roundcube at paz.bz> wrote:
> I am wondering if anyone has created a method to specify a domain name
> on the address bar to eliminate the user from having to enter it. I
> know that a 'default' can be set up, but this is not what I am
intending.
> I host webmail for dozens of domains. It would be very convenient if the
> main index page (index.php) could have the domain attached; such as:
> http://www.maindomain.net/roundcube/index.php/?_domain=custdomain.com
> would/could create a login page which does NOT require a complete email
> address, but attaches the "custdomain.com" to the userID which the
> customer
> has entered. If they bookmarked the link to: /?_domain=custdomain.com
> they would never have to enter their domain name.
> 
> If this has been accomplished I would appreciate learning about it, else
> I will delve into the code required to accomplish it. ... OR if someone
> advises that existing architecture would make it very difficult I would
> appreciate learning this as well.
> 
> Thanks!
> 
> Jim
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