ad | 1 Nov 01:01 2005
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Wow...this is nice....but....no upper menu ????

This is really nice but I'm getting no upper menu. I did a CVS checkout today so I know I have the latest and
greatest and didn't find anything in the archives. Anyone have a similar problem ? I log in fine and can
read/compose emails but I have no upper menu to set preferences or the logout button. I'm not getting any
logs on errors either from the web server or from the app. Hmmm...I am running php5 on this box...could that
be it ?????

Robi | 1 Nov 04:39 2005
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Fix for sqlite and session problems

Adhamh,

I found your sql session table patch and added it to my sqlite3 db,
but I'm still having problems getting it running..

Here are the error I get once I press login:

Warning: touch(): Unable to create file home/roundcube/rcube.db
because No such file or directory in
/home/roundcube/program/lib/DB/sqlite.php on line 209
DB Error in /home/roundcube/program/include/rcube_db.inc (63): DB
Error: not found

Fatal error: Call to undefined function: query() in
/home/roundcube/program/include/rcube_db.inc on line 124

--

any ideas?

I'm running php 4.4, and have pear and pear::db and php4-sqlite
packages on ubuntu installed..

thanks,

-- Robi

Adhamh Findlay | 1 Nov 05:36 2005

Re: Fix for sqlite and session problems

(Resending from the right address...)

Yeah this actually didn't work for me either!  I thought it did but I'm
getting other weird problems.  I found it interesting that no one has chimed
in to say that they have sqlite actually working...  Can the developers
actually speak to these problems?  I likely won't have time to debug this
myself for a couple of days at least.  (Yes, I really really really don't
want to use MySQL.  It seems like over kill.)

BTW, there's a missing  semicolon from the end of my patch..

BTW2, php5 has sqlite 2 compiled into it and uses that to create the
database.  If you want to inspect the database created by roundcube then you
have install sqlite 2 command line tools.

Your exact message appears to actually be related to permissions.  Does the
user that your web server run as have write access to this directory?

On OS X the web server (appache 1.3) runs as www.  So I had to:

"sudo chown www:www ."

You'd have to do the analogous to home/roundcube.

Still waiting for someone to say they have a working sqlite install...  :-)

Adhamh

On 10/31/05 7:39 PM, "Robi" <rob.markovic <at> gmail.com> wrote:

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Adhamh Findlay | 1 Nov 04:53 2005

Re: Fix for sqlite and session problems

Yeah this actually didn't work for me either!  I thought it did but I'm
getting other weird problems.  I found it interesting that no one has chimed
in to say that they have sqlite actually working...  Can the developers
actually speak to these problems?  I likely won't have time to debug this
myself for a couple of days at least.  (Yes, I really really really don't
want to use MySQL.  It seems like over kill.)

BTW, php5 has sqlite 2 compiled into it and uses that to create the
database.  If you want to inspect the database created by roundcube then you
have install sqlite 2 command line tools.

Your exact message appears to actually be related to permissions.  Does the
user that your web server run as have write access to this directory?

On OS X the web server (appache 1.3) runs as www.  So I had to:

"sudo chown www:www ."

You'd have to do the analogous to home/roundcube.

Still waiting for someone to say they have a working sqlite install...  :-)

Adhamh

On 10/31/05 7:39 PM, "Robi" <rob.markovic <at> gmail.com> wrote:

> Adhamh,
> 
> I found your sql session table patch and added it to my sqlite3 db,
> but I'm still having problems getting it running..
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RoundCube Webmail | 1 Nov 08:25 2005
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aqdada

,njb 

Thomas Bruederli | 1 Nov 08:36 2005
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Re: SQL errors with large inboxes

As mentioned once before and on the road map: We know that the caching
mechanism does not work well with large mailboxes and often reaches the
max_allowed_packet and we're working on it.

To cache also complete message sources has one reason: the parser which
splits messages into different parts needs the whole message body to
work with. Therefore, we put the whole message into the cache (will be
deleted when session ends). The advantage of this behavior are shorter
loading times for attached files, i.e. images that are displayed right
under the text. If the IMAP server is on the same machine or on the LAN,
caching can be disabled but if you connect to remote servers, it can be
very helpful.

The solution would be to split the folder cache into several records or
to have one record per message in the database. We have to make some
speed tests in order to choose one of these solutions.

Please be patient!

Thomas

Rob Smith wrote:
>    The source of his problem was the same as my mysql errors when I
> first started using RC.  RoundCube caches the attachments from emails,
> which easily surpasses mysql's default max packet size. 
>     This ties in with the other emails that have been going around about
> RoundCube's caching.  I don't care what database the cache is being
> stored in, I figure mysql works fine, but if files are faster, I guess
> we can do it that way.  More importantly, why are we caching
> attachments?  They are large, and usually only downloaded once by the
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Thomas Bruederli | 1 Nov 08:46 2005
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Re: pop3 mail checking

Hi Greg,

RoundCube only supports IMAP access and there will only be sent a
request for new unread count.

Thomas

Greg wrote:
> I was looking at the roadmap and under 'Minor feature improvements' I
> noticed 'Add periodic request for checking new mails (#1307821)'. What
> I'm wondering is the type of checking done? Will it be able to pop mail
> from pop3 servers or is it just scanning the imap server used by RoundCube?
> 
> Thanks,
> Greg

Thomas Bruederli | 1 Nov 08:41 2005
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Re: imaps/login fails

As the error messages said: "Open SSL not available"
You need PHP installed with Open SSL in order to open SSL connections to
the IMAP server. If that is not provided, you can't use SSL.

Thomas

Paul Talbot wrote:
> Fresh install on OS X... Giving me some grief at login.
> 
> Receiving:
> 
> "*IMAP Error in
> /Library/WebServer/Documents/mail/program/include/rcube_imap.inc
> ():* Open SSL not available;" after clicking the login button. Database
> is adding entries to "roundcube:session" table but that's about it.
> 
> Suspect this may be a symptom of using self-signed certs but I'm having
> trouble tracking down the proper logging facility.
> 
> Any ideas on how to effectively troubleshoot this? At this point, I've
> enabled "/var/log/all.log" and here is the unhelpful (to me at least)
> result:
> 
> Oct 30 08:56:18 localhost xinetd[335]: START: imap pid=6484 from=10.10.0.2
> Oct 30 08:56:18 localhost imapd[6484]: imap service init from 10.10.0.2
> Oct 30 08:56:18 localhost imapd[6484]: Login disabled user=myusername
> auth=myusername host=localhost [10.10.0.2]
> Oct 30 08:56:21 localhost imapd[6484]: Command stream end of file, while
> reading line user=myusername host=localhost [10.10.0.2]
> 
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Thomas Bruederli | 1 Nov 08:43 2005
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Re: IMAP error

You have to enter the hostname of the IMAP server you want to access and
not the host where RoundCube is running on.

Regards,
Thomas

Shayne (Crano) wrote:
> Hi there.
> 
> I recently installed Roundcube but I am having some trouble at the logo
> screen.
> 
> After I put in my username, password, and my Database server I get this
> error, “IMAP Error in (): Could not connect to rcubemail.esenkay.com at
> port 143: Die Adressfamilie wird von der Protokollfamilie nicht unterstützt”
> 
> I changed the config folder to my settings.
> 
> I have no idea what it could be.
> 
> I also had to change the index.php starting at line 66, to fix the
> require_once linking.

Martin Möllenbeck | 1 Nov 10:20 2005
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Protocol changes of contracts items to sync changes with other client (like iSync)


Hello,

is it possible to add a changed at (date) field to the contacts table  
to add sync capability to other clients (like iSync)

Greating
Martin


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