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<?php
if (eregi("c_config.php",$PHP_SELF)) 
{
 Header("Location: ../../index.php");
 die();
}

//configuratio FILE!
//Please edit carefull!


$max_email_account = 0; //0=unlimited: Number of email account allowed into the PHPNuke module
$default_quota = 10; //Mbyte: 0=unlimited: default quota when you create e new email account
$nome_menu = "Email Account"; //title of the module
$email_domain = "domain.com"; //your domain: example: "domain.com" DO NOT WRITE WWW!!!! This is the domain name under you can create the email account as "hide@address.com"; Your PHP Nuke must run on "domain.com"
$pop3_domain = "mail.domain.com"; //pop3 server name (could be a text string, not used really)
$smtp_domain = "your provider";   //smtp server name (could be a text string, not used really)

$cpanel_username = "cpanel_username";  //cpanel username account for the domain "domain.com"
$cpanel_password = "cpanel_password "; //cpanel password for the domain "domain.com"
$server_ip = "69.69.69.69"; //xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx ip number of the server that host "domain.com"
$cpanel_port = "2082"; //usually 2082 is the cpanel port. Please check this value!
$cpanel_theme = "x"; //"x" is the default cpanel theme I use. This value is very important!! Be sure to set the real theme name you use for Cpanel!
?>
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