Nash, Andy | 9 Aug 14:20 2005

There was an error activating the script. The driver said: Connection timed out

Hi,

I receive the above error when anyone tries to activate or deactivate a
script using ingo-HEAD-2004-05-30.

All users seem to be able to see their existing script if it exists
(because it is in the horde_prefs SQL table), but are not able to change
it. Shutting down cyrus-imapd, the error remains the same, yet when
telnetting to localhost, port 2000, while cyrus-imapd is running, Sieve
is definitely alive (it is not available whilst cyrus-imapd is shut down
of course).

My prefs and so on seem to be set up correctly, and it was previously
running fine but I'm not sure when this error occurred. It is therefore
possible that a change I have made is to blame, but I cannot recall
anything obvious.

I have googled everywhere but cannot seem to find any ref to this
particular error and what triggers it. In the code, it seems to be
triggered by a failure returned by a PEAR module (presumably Net_Socket
or Net_Sieve, but that is as far as my PHP skills can carry me...

Could it be permissions on the users' sieve directories/files? I have
made them writable by apache, but that did not seem to make any
difference (and I would not really have expected them to, as Sieve
should be the one reading and writing these files, not apache) so I
changed them back to being:

	cyrus.mail	-rw-------

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Jan Schneider | 10 Aug 16:48 2005

Re: There was an error activating the script. The driver said: Connection timed out

Zitat von "Nash, Andy" <andy.nash@...>:

> I receive the above error when anyone tries to activate or deactivate a
> script using ingo-HEAD-2004-05-30.
>
> All users seem to be able to see their existing script if it exists
> (because it is in the horde_prefs SQL table), but are not able to change
> it. Shutting down cyrus-imapd, the error remains the same, yet when
> telnetting to localhost, port 2000, while cyrus-imapd is running, Sieve
> is definitely alive (it is not available whilst cyrus-imapd is shut down
> of course).

Then you have wrong settings in config/backends.php.

Jan.

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bronto | 10 Aug 18:13 2005
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Re: [imp] How to maildrop?

Quoting Jan Schneider <jan@...>:

> This has *nothing* to do with IMP. Ask on the maildrop or Postfix
> mailing lists.
>
>
>> I'm wanting users to be able to set filters in the webmail system to
>> filter the mail as it comes in, so that it will occur without the user
>> having to use webmail.(mainly want webmail as a system to configure the
>> filters)

But this has everything to do with horde/ingo, that is where he should 
be asking this question.  I have had the same questions for a few 
weeks, and no one seems to know how to make it work.  Messages through 
this list to the maildrop contributer to ingo (Mathias) are bouncing.

If anyone knows how to make ingo work with maildrop, please answer on 
the ingo mailing list.

Rob

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Mugendai | 10 Aug 23:29 2005

Re: How to maildrop?

Ahh gomenesai.. I thought I was posting on the ingo list, not the imp list.

bronto <at> csd-bes.net wrote:
> Quoting Jan Schneider <jan <at> horde.org>:
> 
> 
>>This has *nothing* to do with IMP. Ask on the maildrop or Postfix
>>mailing lists.> 
> 
> 
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Mugendai | 13 Aug 21:39 2005

More vfstypes?

It seems kinda limiting that there are only two vfstypes for ingo, ftp, 
and timesieved.  Howabout a ya know, filesystem one.  I think alot of 
people using this may just wanna access the local filesystem.  I find it 
really annoying that I have to transfer via ftp to the local filesystem.

Especially since I plan on running an ftp server on this box, and I 
don't like the idea of there being ANY account on it that has access to 
the users maildirs.

Mathias Weyland | 13 Aug 23:41 2005
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Re: More vfstypes?

On Sat, Aug 13, 2005 at 02:39:48PM -0500, Mugendai wrote:

Hi

> It seems kinda limiting that there are only two vfstypes for ingo, ftp, 
> and timesieved.  Howabout a ya know, filesystem one.  I think alot of 
> people using this may just wanna access the local filesystem.  I find it 
> really annoying that I have to transfer via ftp to the local filesystem.

I'm just wondering: The webserver is running with a different uid than the
ones of the users. How do you want to save a file with another uid than the
one the webserver is running with?

> Especially since I plan on running an ftp server on this box, and I 
> don't like the idea of there being ANY account on it that has access to 
> the users maildirs.

Run two ftp servers on two different ports with two different configs and
restrict one port to localhost.

Best regards

Mathias Weyland
Jan Schneider | 14 Aug 00:14 2005

Re: More vfstypes?

Zitat von Mathias Weyland <mweyland@...>:

> On Sat, Aug 13, 2005 at 02:39:48PM -0500, Mugendai wrote:
>
> Hi
>
>> It seems kinda limiting that there are only two vfstypes for ingo, ftp,
>> and timesieved.  Howabout a ya know, filesystem one.  I think alot of
>> people using this may just wanna access the local filesystem.  I find it
>> really annoying that I have to transfer via ftp to the local filesystem.
>
> I'm just wondering: The webserver is running with a different uid than the
> ones of the users. How do you want to save a file with another uid than the
> one the webserver is running with?

Beside that, this is already possible. Just configure a different VFS driver.

Jan.

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Leah Cunningham | 17 Aug 16:13 2005

Can I use ingo to generate server sieve scripts?

The documentation I see for Ingo states that as user must apply the
filters either automatically at login, or by manually doing so.  I am
wondering if there is a way to export the filter rules as sieve scripts
to apply so that they run automatically.
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Kevin M. Myer | 17 Aug 16:49 2005

Re: Can I use ingo to generate server sieve scripts?

Ingo supports generation of Sieve scripts.  I use it to manage 
extensive volumes
of email.  The way it works is to store a copy of the Sieve rules in the
preference backend, then when you activate the script, a copy is placed on the
Sieve server.  And since Sieve is a server-side filter, Horde/Ingo are out of
the picture, except as a management interface to Sieve.

Kevin

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Leah Cunningham | 17 Aug 17:25 2005

Re: Can I use ingo to generate server sieve scripts?

On Wed, 2005-08-17 at 10:49 -0400, Kevin M. Myer wrote:
> Ingo supports generation of Sieve scripts.  I use it to manage 
> extensive volumes
> of email.  The way it works is to store a copy of the Sieve rules in the
> preference backend, then when you activate the script, a copy is placed on the
> Sieve server.  And since Sieve is a server-side filter, Horde/Ingo are out of
> the picture, except as a management interface to Sieve.

I guess the question is, how do I activate the script.  What I have in
the preferences back end is a base64 encoded string, which decodes to
something like the attached text foo.

Is there a function to handle this, or do I have the preferences backend
not set up correctly.

Where can I check/setup the activation of rules on the server?

Cheers,
Leah

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