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-======Reset Webmail/Admin Access Restrictions====== +[[https://helpdesk.pscs.co.uk/807760-Reset-WebmailAdmin-Access-Restrictions]]
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-=====VPOP3 version 6.6 or later===== +
-VPOP3 v6.6 and later come with a utility which will check the settings and offer to reset them to the defaults for you. +
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-  ​Go to a command prompt in the VPOP3 directory (eg Start -> Run -> cmd (enter), then type ''​cd \vpop3''​) +
-  - Run ''​vpop3settings resetperms''​ and follow the prompts +
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-For earlier versions of VPOP3, see below. +
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-=====Reset Webmail ​Access ​Restrictions===== +
-You can follow the steps below to clear the Webmail access restrictions so that any IP address can access the Webmail facility. +
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-If you intended to have restrictions on Webmail access then you will need to set them again, being careful not to block access from your normal administration computer(s). +
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-====VPOP3 version 5 or later==== +
-  ​Download the file below, and put it into the main VPOP3 directory +
-  - Stop the VPOP3 service +
-  - Run the batch file you downloaded to clear the Webmail access restrictions (this batch file assumes the default folder structure and database login details) +
-  - Restart VPOP3 +
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-  * {{:​how_to:​resetwebmailperm.bat|}} - reset admin //and// Webmail access restrictions +
-====VPOP3 v3 or v4==== +
-  - Stop the VPOP3 service +
-  - Go to **Start -> Programs -> VPOP3 -> VPOP3 Emergency Settings** +
-  - Go to the Webmail tab, and clear the '​Access ​Restrictions ​area' box, and press OK +
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-=====Reset Admin Area Access Restrictions===== +
-You can follow the steps below to clear the administration area access restrictions so that any IP address which can access Webmail can access the administration area as well. +
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-If you intended to have restrictions on the administration area then you will need to set them again, being careful not to block access from your normal administration computer(s). +
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-====VPOP3 version 5 or later==== +
-  - Download the file below, and put it into the main VPOP3 directory +
-  - Stop the VPOP3 service +
-  - Run the batch file you downloaded to clear the administration area access restrictions (this batch file assumes the default folder structure and database login details) +
-  - Restart VPOP3 +
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-  * {{:​how_to:​resetwebadmin.bat|}} - reset admin access restrictions only +
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-====VPOP3 v3 or v4==== +
-  - Stop the VPOP3 service +
-  - Go to **Start -> Programs -> VPOP3 -> VPOP3 Emergency Settings** +
-  - Go to the Webmail tab, and clear the 'Admin area' box, and press OK +
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-Keywords: locked out+
how_to/reset_admin_access_restrictions.txt · Last modified: 2018/11/14 10:45 (external edit)