Author Topic: Login Feature - Willing to Pay for Help  (Read 3952 times)

Offline Rodney-E2

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Login Feature - Willing to Pay for Help
« on: June 03, 2007, 01:21:02 PM »
We are hosting company and have roundcube installed here at: webmail.eleven2.com for our customers.
We plan to add a CNAME on all DSN entries to point webmail. to our webmail server.

However, the server name confuses the mess out of people.
And I wanna just have the user and password blank, but we have mutiple servers.

So is it possible when a user enteres in joe@testdomain.com to strip out joe@ and add mail.
and have a hidden field for the server that auto generates mail.testdomain.com on login?

I would assume this should be pretty simple, but I am just not sure on how todo this.

Please let me know if you can help and I can pay you for your time or such.
Rodney Giles | CEO & Co-Founder
eleven2.com: World-Class Hosting, Done Right!

Offline digitalslave

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Re: Login Feature - Willing to Pay for Help
« Reply #1 on: June 03, 2007, 01:53:06 PM »
there is a default user domain in the config that you can set so users nly enter in "joe" in your example.

Offline AndyW

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Re: Login Feature - Willing to Pay for Help
« Reply #2 on: June 04, 2007, 09:22:31 AM »
You could setup RC on per server basis, specify the default domain for server and then setup a CNAME for all domains in this server, and so on.

Offline Rodney-E2

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Re: Login Feature - Willing to Pay for Help
« Reply #3 on: June 04, 2007, 11:11:12 AM »
For the sake of adding new servers very fast and scalling this, we decided it must be on its own server.
However, our logins have to be the full email address, password and then hostname for the mail server.

But like I said, we just have soooo many people call and are like 'what is the server'?
So it would be must easier if we could somehow change that to auto detect, since it will be the same syntax each time.
Rodney Giles | CEO & Co-Founder
eleven2.com: World-Class Hosting, Done Right!

Offline wagonza

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Re: Login Feature - Willing to Pay for Help
« Reply #4 on: June 09, 2007, 08:32:15 AM »
You could always use something like a imap/pop3 proxy (like perdition) on the web server which queries a some form of a db, eg mysql, ldap, flat text file etc. to determine which mail host the account is mapped to, the imap connection is then proxied onto the users correct mailhost. RC is then setup to point to the localhost as the imap server.