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Topic: how to set the http access only (NO SSL/TLS) to roundcube webmail?

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- iRedMail version: 0.8.4
- Store mail accounts in which backend (LDAP/MySQL/PGSQL): MySQL
- Linux/BSD distribution name and version: OpenSuse 12.1
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To access the mailboxes to the webmail I would NOT USE the SSL/TLS (https) but the default 80 (http), what is the correct setting.
thanks

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Re: how to set the http access only (NO SSL/TLS) to roundcube webmail?

You should remove/change the redirect in /var/www/index.html and modify apache configuration and add aliases for webmail like this:

Alias /webmail "/usr/share/apache2/roundcubemail/"

In debian you need to modify the file /etc/apache2/sites-enabled/000-default and restart apache

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Re: how to set the http access only (NO SSL/TLS) to roundcube webmail?

@camel1cz - you know give me instruction on OpenSuse, what to change and how? thanks

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Re: how to set the http access only (NO SSL/TLS) to roundcube webmail?

*) iRedMail forces user to access mailbox via HTTPS/POP3S/IMAPS. May i know why you prefer non-secure HTTP?
*) on openSUSE, please check /etc/apache2/vhosts.d/vhost.conf, and /etc/apache2/vhosts.d/vhost-ssl.conf.

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Re: how to set the http access only (NO SSL/TLS) to roundcube webmail?

*) The problem is the error listed at the request of the page "ceritficato invalid". to avoid buying a ssl certificate there are two alternatives: there is a way to avoid the error, or use http (though less secure)
*) how to change the two configuration files?

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Re: how to set the http access only (NO SSL/TLS) to roundcube webmail?

baccanti wrote:

*) The problem is the error listed at the request of the page "ceritficato invalid". to avoid buying a ssl certificate there are two alternatives: there is a way to avoid the error, or use http (though less secure)

If you're a company, SSL certificate is cheap.

Again, HTTPS/IMAPS/POP3S/SMTPS are recommended for secure connection.