roundcube ssl

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DogRiley / 21 Points
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2012-07-16 11:15 am EST
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How can I log into webmail without using the funky port 2096? Firewalls at work and client sites prevent access through strange ports. Direct SSL access is what I am looking for.

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ScottM
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2012-07-16 11:43 am EST
Hello DogRiley,

If the ports for webmail are being blocked by your office, you do have an option that takes you over the normal internet ports. For normal settings (non SSL) simply go to http://webmail.yourdomain.com (use your site in place of yourdomain.com) and it will get you to the webmail login.

The SSL version is a bit tricker as it has to go over the servers SSL. That URL is https://webmail.secure##.webhostinghub.com (the ## part is your server number) your specific address is currently https://webmail.secure30.webhostinghub.com

You will be greeted with a security warning as you enter the SSL area, simply accept that 'exception' and it will connect you securely.

I hope this answers your question. If you have any more questions or information specific to the issue please leave a comment below so we can further assist you.

Best Regards,
Scott M

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