What username string do mail users need to enter to login to usermin? or is it not possible?
I've tried using various formats but it doesn't seem like users can access it :(
On our server the customers use name.domain, for the mailaddress firstname.lastname@example.org the login is name.myserver, without the tld. I think this is the default username format.
I've tried name.domain, name.domain.tld, name@domain, name.hostname, etc but it just won't work :( only the main user can login and can access other users folders like with horde.
I don't have virtualmin on this server, it's a cpanel box with webmin/usermin, I wanted to allow users to login to usermin mail so they could report spam, it's the best I've seen for reporting.
Seems like using the report spam function on a cpanel box isn't available anyway :)) but I have a virtualmin box with the same login problem so I still need to resolve it.
Do you really log in to Usermin (20000), because I don't think you can access other users folder from Usermin, but I can be wrong here. I allways log in to Webmin (10000) when reading/managing other users and folders, as the root user or as the domain owner.
Yes as the domain owner you can view all users folders in usermin but that's not a problem.
The problem is a user can't login to read their own mail in usermin.
I'm using Virtualmin Pro and if I log in to Usermin (https://www. mydomain. tld:20000) as the domain owner I still just see the owners folders and mail. I have to log in to Webmin (https://www. mydomain. tld:10000) as root or domain owner to see the other users folders and mail. Ordinary mail users dont't have access to webmin (port 10000).
Maybee there are differences it the versions, but I allways thougth that Usermin(port 20000) could ONLY manage the logged in users folders and mail, even if it's the domain owner who logs in. That was why I was thinking that you maybee did log in to webmin instead of usermin.
Hopefully Joe can solve this for you.