On 18/04/03 1:25, "James A Baker" <jabaker@...> wrote:
> On Thursday, Apr 17, 2003, at 17:03 US/Central, Thomas von Hassel wrote:
>> I'm trying to get webadmin to work. I don't have SSL, the server is
>> behind a
>> firewall. I created the file /usr/lib/courier/etc/webadmin/unsecureok,
>> it still comes with an error when I try to access the webadmin CGI
>> hints to what I could look at ?
> Well, what error does it come up with exactly though? And can you tell
> if it's your browser, the web server, or the webadmin CGI itself giving
> you the error message?
This is the msg:
You're seeing this error message for one of two reasons:
Your web server doesn't fully implement the Common Gateway Interface
You failed to read the instructions in INSTALL for configuring the webadmin
For security reasons, the default configuration of webadmin prevents access
from non-local IP addresses without SSL. See INSTALL for more information.
And I know that it unsecured ... hence the name ... But the server is not
accessible from the outside at the moment and if I'm going to use webadmin
in production it will be via SSL. . (and/or a firewall)
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