Programmatically add Host Header to webmail

theegamefanatic
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Programmatically add Host Header to webmail

Postby theegamefanatic » Sat Oct 04, 2008 4:58 am

Hello all - I am looking for a programmatic way to add the Host Header information to the WebMail service. I can't seem to find anything in the documentation / api's. I can see that it seems to be just adding the information to the following config files:

SITE-BASES.TAB
SITE-POSTOFFICE.TAB
SITE-LANGUAGE.TAB
SITE-SKIN.TAB

If I do so manually it doesn't appear in the WebMail services... :(

Am I missing a file that needs to be updated?

theegamefanatic
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Postby theegamefanatic » Sun Nov 09, 2008 8:59 pm

Okay I found that the solution to this problem was an easy one.

In addition to updating the files below you also need to update the associated WebMail IIS host headers. This is the most important step. If you apply the host header to the wrong IIS site it will not appear in the WebMail service.

Just wanted to make sure this fix was out there for anyone else that might be looking for an answer.

vxwheels
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Re: Programmatically add Host Header to webmail

Postby vxwheels » Tue May 05, 2015 11:12 am

I'm using the MEWebMail.MailMessage COM object in our webmail implementation. I would like to add a feature for the users, so that the can request a notification from the reciever of an e-mail, that the reciever has read the e-mail. Therefore I would like to add a "Disposition-Notification-To" header to the e-mail object. But it seems that no matter what I do, the header is not added to the e-mail.
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