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Old 10-10-2007
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Originally Posted by moe2266
Actually this is an access control issue
... that we are trying to help you solve with only half the information we need.

UNIX knows nothing about those users, and it is all down to how Apache handles the HTTP requests.

How is Apache going to know the email address of the client?
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Old 10-10-2007
Thanks Porter;
What you asked me is exactly what am i looking for.
How can i set the Access control in Apache to allow a specific group of users defined by their emails to be able to view a web page contents?
 

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