Curtis Fuller | 6 Jul 03:30 2005

NOCC Login onto CPANEL account

Greetings,

 

 After a day or so of tweaking I was finally able to get NOCC up and running and working correctly, and it looks great!

 

 The only remaining problem is the login onto my accounts which are hosted on a “cheaper” sites I am using which use cpanel.

 

 To log in for email I have to use “{username}+{domain}”   I have figured out how to have NOCC login as “{username} <at> {domain}”, but the servers won’t accept the “ <at> ”, they require a “+”… is there any way around this or to fix this situation?

 

 Any help that can be provided would be much appreciated!  Thanks in advance!

 

Curt

           

Arnaud Boudou | 6 Jul 10:19 2005

Re: NOCC Login onto CPANEL account

Curtis Fuller a écrit :
> 
>  To log in for email I have to use “{username}+{domain}”   I have 
> figured out how to have NOCC login as “{username} <at> {domain}”, but the 
> servers won’t accept the “ <at> ”, they require a “+”… is there any way 
> around this or to fix this situation?
> 

I've just commited a patch to the CVS to support any character for 
“{username}<char>{domain}” login style. There's now a new option in conf.php

Regards
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Dan Howe | 15 Jul 03:16 2005

Strange username upon login

I am just now setting up NOCC, to work with Apache/James on a w2k server.

After installing everything, I am able to connect to the login screen.  WHen I type my userid and password, NOCC gives me an error:

  MjpibGl4OjM4YjMzNjczMDM0NmVkNmQ4MmUwNWE1YTQwMmI2ZmE2OjEwOjowOjA6MDowOjo0MDk2 <at> offworldgaming.com

An error occurred : Could not connect to server: Too many login failures


It looks like it totally messed up the mailbox name.  Can someone offer a suggestion on what to check?

thanks,
Dan


Arnaud Boudou | 21 Jul 14:53 2005

i18n : Uncle NOCC needs you

Hello everybody

Nocc has multi-language support. But now, only french, english and 
xx-hacker language files are fully translated. If some of you don't have 
any of these three languages as mother tongue, you could easily 
contribute to this multi-language support.

*** HOW-TO ***

Just follow these steps :
1 - Get the lastest CVS version (with CVS tools, or the snapshot 
available here : http://nocc.sourceforge.net/page.php?action=snapshot.php ).

2 - Translate as many language files you could. Items to translate are 
tagged with the following comment : "// to translate".

3.a - If you have CVS access to NOCC, submit your changes

3.b - If you don't have CVS access, compress your language file to ZIP 
or GZ formats, then submit a patch here : 
http://sourceforge.net/tracker/?group_id=12177&atid=312177

*** IMPORTANT ***

  - Language files _must_ be encoded to UTF-8 charset. Forget all ISO or 
KOI or whateveryouwant charset. UTF-8 only.
  - You may ignore the following file, as they will be removed from the 
CVS repository any day : "ar-win.php", "ru-iso.php" and "ru-koi.php".

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Tomasz Mateja | 25 Jul 14:03 2005
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Re: i18n : Uncle NOCC needs you


On Thu, 21 Jul 2005, Arnaud Boudou wrote:

> Hello everybody
>
> Nocc has multi-language support. But now, only french, english and xx-hacker 
> language files are fully translated. If some of you don't have any of these 
> three languages as mother tongue, you could easily contribute to this 
> multi-language support.
>
Polish translation is done, testing welcome :)
Best Regards

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Arnaud Boudou | 31 Jul 17:30 2005

Re: i18n : Uncle NOCC needs you


Le 25 juil. 05 à 14:03, Tomasz Mateja a écrit :

> Polish translation is done, testing welcome :)
> Best Regards
>

Thanks for your translation :)

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