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Disable Apache documentation and Mailman on my shared plesk hosting account

Posted on 2010-08-19
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Hi,

On my shared plesk webhosting account I see on every domein the Apache documentation and the mailman screen.

So:
www.domain.com/manual     (gives the Apache online documentaion)
www.domain.com/mailman/admin/mailman     (gives a screen for mailman admin).

How can I disable this only for my shared hosting websites? (my hosting provider wont help me).

Thanks
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Without access to the httpd.conf there isn't anything you can do.
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