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Testing webmail after configured webserver

Posted on 2006-07-03
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I just installed Domino server at my PC for testing purpose. It is working fine. Now I want create web server for webmail, which I already did. My question is how do I test my webmail? let me rephrase it how do I check test mail through web browser? Any help?
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Sjef Bosman earned 500 total points
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You did
    Load HTTP
on the server? Good.

Now, in the browser, type the URL
    http: //yourserver.com/mail/dbname.nsf
or, in this case
    http: //127.0.0.1/mail/dbname.nsf

You'll see a login screen, you have to type your full name The Breakers/ACME and your Internet password (can be changed in names.nsf on the server). Then you're in.

What doesn't work when you try??
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