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Topic: Can't put my normal sites in

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- iRedMail version: 0.8.3 Stable
- Store mail accounts in which backend (LDAP/MySQL/PGSQL): MySQL
- Linux/BSD distribution name and version: CentOS 6.3 64BIT
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Hi, it seems iRedMail is for setting up an external mail server - see, I have a single server where I run my web server, my database server, my traffic server, and my mail server.

After installation, it works by God, but I can't put my normal sites in? It automatically directs my domain to /mail, which would be good if I had an external server.

Can I get some help?

+ How can I stop all the emails being sent to spam? I did those records.

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Re: Can't put my normal sites in

I've had to temporarily get rid of my entire mailing options because I have a business site and forum that has been down due to this. I really need a mailing system, so hopefully I can get help smile

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jake.617 wrote:

but I can't put my normal sites in? It automatically directs my domain to /mail, which would be good if I had an external server.

iRedMail is designed to be deployed on a FRESH operating system, so it directs http://[domain]/ to /mail by default. You can remove  file index.html under Apache DocumentRoot.

jake.617 wrote:

How can I stop all the emails being sent to spam? I did those records.

You must figure out why they were detected as SPAM, then do something to avoid them.

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How do I stop it automatically forcing SSL?

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Re: Can't put my normal sites in

jake.617 wrote:

How do I stop it automatically forcing SSL?

No, it doesn't force SSL.
iRedMail will create index.html under Apache DocumentRoot, and it redirects you to /mail.
But Roundcube webmail is set to force to use HTTPS.