Brion Finlay | 2 Jan 09:42 2004
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Ingo RELENG_1 installation

I followed the directions in the INSTALL directory to install ingo RELENG_1.

I am running Horde 2.2.4, Imp 3.2.2, php 4.3.4, Cyrus.

I have modified /.../horde/config/horde.php to add my username to the admins array:
$conf['auth']['admins'].  

My authentication driver is imap: $conf['auth']['driver'] = 'imap';

My prefs driver is sql - MySQL

Problem 1 is that when I login, I do not get the admin configuration screen that the ingo INSTALL
instructions describe, so I don't know if the ingo conf.php file is complete.

Problem 2 is that When I try to create a new filter (which I think is going to be stored with timsieved) I
receive the following error message:
Notice: Undefined index: edit in /usr/local/www/horde/ingo/rule.php on line 22

Can anybody help me solve either of these problems?

Denis V. Suhanov | 8 Jan 07:44 2004
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ingo question

Hello,

I am having some strange problems with ingo. Maybe you guys will be
able to help.

I  have  HORDE  2.2.4  and  ingo  RELENG_1  set  up  for timsieved. My
timsieved  runs  locally  on  port  2000.  Ingo appears just fine, but
whenever  I  am  trying to add a rule and press "save", my horde stops
responding  (only  in  this  session).  The browsers says "Waiting for
www.example.com...")  and  I am unable to navigate on the page at all.
The  page  stays  there  forever,  no matter what horde links I try to
follow.  By  the  way,  if I just close the browser, the newly created
rule  stays  there (and the "script" tab in Ingo is modified according
to that rule). However, any attempts to activate that script brings me
to the same state (horde does not respond).

I know that sieve starts, here is the part of the log file:
Jan  7 22:36:50 square master[668]: about to exec /usr/local/cyrus/bin/timsieved
Jan  7 22:36:50 square sieve[668]: executed
Jan  7 22:36:50 square sieve[668]: accepted connection

but  if  I  use  sievshell,  there will be no differences in my active
sieve script.

If  at  the  same  time  one  tries  to  log  in to horde from another
computer, everything appears to be fine (except for ingo, of course).

Here  are  my  configuration  files  (I  must  admit that although the
documentation said "Log in as Horde administrator, I did not do that -
there  is  no  Horde  administrator  at  2.2.4  AFAIK  and created the
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Jan Schneider | 8 Jan 11:29 2004

Re: ingo question

Zitat von "Denis V. Suhanov" <den@...>:

> Hello,
>
> I am having some strange problems with ingo. Maybe you guys will be
> able to help.
>
> I  have  HORDE  2.2.4  and  ingo  RELENG_1  set  up  for timsieved. My
> timsieved  runs  locally  on  port  2000.  Ingo appears just fine, but
> whenever  I  am  trying to add a rule and press "save", my horde stops
> responding  (only  in  this  session).  The browsers says "Waiting for
> www.example.com...")  and  I am unable to navigate on the page at all.
> The  page  stays  there  forever,  no matter what horde links I try to
> follow.  By  the  way,  if I just close the browser, the newly created
> rule  stays  there (and the "script" tab in Ingo is modified according
> to that rule). However, any attempts to activate that script brings me
> to the same state (horde does not respond).
>
> I know that sieve starts, here is the part of the log file:
> Jan  7 22:36:50 square master[668]: about to exec
> /usr/local/cyrus/bin/timsieved
> Jan  7 22:36:50 square sieve[668]: executed
> Jan  7 22:36:50 square sieve[668]: accepted connection

This is probably a bug in the Net_Sieve package:
http://pear.php.net/bugs/bug.php?id=159

Jan.

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aoster | 15 Jan 11:24 2004
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Problems with ingo-RELENG and timsieved


Dear list,

I have a problem getting ingo to work with my cyrus imap server
(2.1.15). I would like to have individual sieve filters for all of
our user. The Ingo frontend starts up and filters can be defined, 
but when I try to save them the complete Horde framework stops
responding.
When I check running processes i can see that timesievd has been
started.

my backends.php looks like this:

<?php

$backends['timsieved'] = array(
    'driver' => 'timsieved',
    'preferred' => 'webmail.mydomain.de',
    'script' => 'sieve',
    'hordeauth' => 'user',
    'params' => array('hostspec' => 'localhost','port' => 2000));

my conf.php looks like this:

<?php
// What storage driver should we use?
$conf['storage']['driver'] = 'prefs';

/**
 ** Ingo Scripts
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Jan Schneider | 15 Jan 11:40 2004

Re: Problems with ingo-RELENG and timsieved

Zitat von aoster@...:

>
> Dear list,
>
> I have a problem getting ingo to work with my cyrus imap server
> (2.1.15). I would like to have individual sieve filters for all of
> our user. The Ingo frontend starts up and filters can be defined,
> but when I try to save them the complete Horde framework stops
> responding.
> When I check running processes i can see that timesievd has been
> started.

That's a known bug in the Net_Sieve PEAR package.

Jan.

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aoster | 15 Jan 12:06 2004
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Re: Problems with ingo-RELENG and timsieved


Dear Jan,

thanks for your fast response, but is there actually a solution?
I have searched the list and read that there is a bug but did not
find anything to solve this. If there is already a fix, could you
please point me to the thread/location where I can find it.

best regards

Andreas

Jan Schneider | 15 Jan 13:10 2004

Re: Problems with ingo-RELENG and timsieved

Zitat von aoster@...:

> thanks for your fast response, but is there actually a solution?

No.

> I have searched the list and read that there is a bug but did not
> find anything to solve this. If there is already a fix, could you
> please point me to the thread/location where I can find it.

Jan.

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Mark | 15 Jan 18:01 2004
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RE: Problems with ingo-RELENG and timsieved

Hi Jan,

I'm not sure if this is the same as the problem I encountered, where the
Net_Sieve PEAR package is failing to understand the 'bye' response from
the Cyrus timsieved program. If it is, I've attached a small patch
against the Net/Sieve.php file that corrects the problem, at least in
our case here.

Regards
Mark Wilkinson

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Zitat von aoster@...:

> thanks for your fast response, but is there actually a solution?

No.

> I have searched the list and read that there is a bug but did not
> find anything to solve this. If there is already a fix, could you
> please point me to the thread/location where I can find it.

Jan.

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Jan Schneider | 15 Jan 18:09 2004

RE: Problems with ingo-RELENG and timsieved

Zitat von Mark <mark@...>:

> I'm not sure if this is the same as the problem I encountered, where the
> Net_Sieve PEAR package is failing to understand the 'bye' response from
> the Cyrus timsieved program. If it is, I've attached a small patch
> against the Net/Sieve.php file that corrects the problem, at least in
> our case here.

Unfortunately not. The problem is this:
http://pear.php.net/bugs/bug.php?id=159

You should also file a bug report about the "bye" issue and attach your
patch.

Jan.

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Christian Tramnitz | 18 Jan 22:43 2004

Does ingo read existing scripts?

Hello,

I've been using sieve for a while now, writing simple sieve-scripts for 
~10 users on the command line.

Because I'm quite happy with Horde/IMP for Webmail purpose I thought I 
give Ingo a try.

Setup was very simple and lucky me, I do not suffer from the broken 
connection (PLAIN/bye) problem.
However when setting up my first script using ingo it didnt detect my 
existing scripts and when activating my changes it wrote the 
ingo-scripts to /var/imap/sieve, removing the "default" pointer from my 
existing scripts...

Is there a way to integrate existing scripts into Ingo? I dont want 
every user login and rebuild the rules that already exist...

I tried with manually editing the ingo.scripts file but that was caught 
either :-(

Thanks and best regards,
   Christian


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