Openwebmail problem

Posted on 2003-02-26
Medium Priority
Last Modified: 2013-12-16
I installed openwebmail 1.90 to Redhat 8.
after install I try to access

it can show up the page, but I can't see openwebmail logo.
then after I enter the username and psw. It also seems can show up the page, but this time, I also can't see ALL
Icons of the page.
P.S. openwebmail can send and receive email correctly

What is my problem ?

Thanks for your help !
Question by:erase011
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naccad earned 300 total points
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you did not install all the files in their correct places

openwebmail is usually installed in the cgi-bin directory
but it needs some images to be installed in DocumentRoot

if you are using redhat 8, i believe your web files
go under /var/www

when u extract openwebmail.tar.gz it creates
two directories cgi-bin and data

move the directory data to /var/www/html
and try again


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