This article describes how to access webmail clients directly. Normally when users log in to webmail, they must choose a client application to use (Horde or Roundcube). However, you can set up redirects that enable users to log in to webmail and view an application immediately without having to choose a client.
Instead of forcing users to choose a client application every time they log in to webmail, you can configure your site so users log in to webmail and automatically see the webmail interface (Horde or Roundcube) of your choice.
For example, you can set up your site's webmail URL to be http://www.example.com/mail. When your users go to this URL, they are redirected to the webmail login page. After they log in, they see the webmail client you specified in the redirect.
To set up direct access to a webmail client application after users log in, follow these steps:
In the text box after the forward slash (/), type the folder or file name that you want to use for the redirect. For example, if you want to use example.com/mail as your webmail URL, type mail.
In the Redirects to text box, type the appropriate URL for the client application that you want to start automatically:
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