LuKreme | 3 Dec 02:56 2009

Search error

When trying to perform a search (any search) I get:

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LuKreme | 3 Dec 02:59 2009

Search error

When trying to perform a search (any search) I get:

ERROR: Could not complete request.
Query: FETCH (FLAGS UID RFC822.SIZE INTERNALDATE BODY.PEEK[HEADER.FIELDS (Date To Cc From Subject
X-Priority Importance Priority Content-Type)])
Reason Given: Error in IMAP command received by server.

The permission on the user's mailspool are all verified correct.

squirrelmail-1.4.20.r2_1
FreeBSD 8.0-RELEASE

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Scott Lambert | 3 Dec 04:51 2009

Re: Search error

On Wed, Dec 02, 2009 at 06:59:06PM -0700, LuKreme wrote:
> When trying to perform a search (any search) I get:
> 
> ERROR: Could not complete request.
> Query: FETCH (FLAGS UID RFC822.SIZE INTERNALDATE BODY.PEEK[HEADER.FIELDS (Date To Cc From Subject
X-Priority Importance Priority Content-Type)])
> Reason Given: Error in IMAP command received by server.
> 
> The permission on the user's mailspool are all verified correct.
> 
> squirrelmail-1.4.20.r2_1
> FreeBSD 8.0-RELEASE

I believe that is the same, or very similar, to the error I had.  

That was on squirrelmail 1.4.20-RC2, FreeBSD 8.0-RC2.  My package
version string matches yours.

I think it may have occured because I had the $optional_delimiter
to '.', but I can't remember for certain.  I had carried over the
config.php from our IMAP-UW server when I migrated to our new
Cyrus-IMAPd server.  Most things looked okay, but search was blowing up
and various subfolders were not showing up in the left pane.  I now have
$optional_delimiter set to 'detect'.

Or, I just found were I had patched some functions search uses.  It may
have been fixed by patches to functions/imap* , attached.  I think these
are diffs from 1.4.20-RC2 to the then current SVN version of 1.4.20.

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Paul Lesniewski | 3 Dec 07:53 2009

Re: Search error

On Wed, Dec 2, 2009 at 5:59 PM, LuKreme <kremels <at> kreme.com> wrote:
> When trying to perform a search (any search) I get:
>
> ERROR: Could not complete request.
> Query: FETCH (FLAGS UID RFC822.SIZE INTERNALDATE BODY.PEEK[HEADER.FIELDS (Date To Cc From Subject
X-Priority Importance Priority Content-Type)])
> Reason Given: Error in IMAP command received by server.

Use a snapshot of 1.4.20 from the SquirrelMail downloads page.

> The permission on the user's mailspool are all verified correct.
>
> squirrelmail-1.4.20.r2_1
> FreeBSD 8.0-RELEASE

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DogWalkTrail | 3 Dec 09:18 2009

inbox error

Hi

having trouble with my Squirrelmail Inbox. I can read my mail but can´t 
make any changes (delete or move any mails)

Can anyone help?

francois

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Jakub Gromek | 2 Dec 16:57 2009
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Re: Email Footer


Paul Lesniewski wrote:
> 
> On 10/12/06, Kenny Lee <kenny <at> dallab.net> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>>
>> any ideas to create 2 difference email footer for difference 2 domain
>> names in  a same squirrelmail ?
> 
> Did you read the release notes page for the plugin?  The answer is
> right there in front of you.  Vlogin plugin.
> 
> 

Hi Paul,

Is there an option to use email footer plugin without using vlogin? We have
currently setting that users loging in with a proper domain, so default as I
understand (user <at> domain.com) and we would like to leave it that way.

We have 4 domains in a group that we use, and need to add specyfic footer to
a domain. I think I might just write additional if looking up a domain from
login, but I believe it's gonna be easier to use built in module. 

Ps. 
Documentation for this plugin is where? Webiste isn't to wide, and doc/
folder doesn't say anything about howtoconfigure, or maybe I looked in a
wrong place, could you advice? 

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Paul Lesniewski | 3 Dec 11:20 2009

Re: Email Footer

>>> any ideas to create 2 difference email footer for difference 2 domain
>>> names in  a same squirrelmail ?
>>
>> Did you read the release notes page for the plugin?  The answer is
>> right there in front of you.  Vlogin plugin.
>
> Is there an option to use email footer plugin without using vlogin? We have
> currently setting that users loging in with a proper domain, so default as I
> understand (user <at> domain.com) and we would like to leave it that way.

I don't understand any of that.

> We have 4 domains in a group that we use, and need to add specyfic footer to
> a domain. I think I might just write additional if looking up a domain from
> login, but I believe it's gonna be easier to use built in module.

The only way to do this is by using Login Manager (vlogin).  You can
install and configure Login Manager for use with Email Footer without
disrupting/changing how your installation works without it.

> Ps.
> Documentation for this plugin is where? Webiste isn't to wide, and doc/
> folder doesn't say anything about howtoconfigure, or maybe I looked in a
> wrong place, could you advice?

All plugins have a README file (at least) in the package you downloaded.

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Paul Lesniewski | 3 Dec 11:21 2009

Re: inbox error

> having trouble with my Squirrelmail Inbox. I can read my mail but can´t
> make any changes (delete or move any mails)
>
> Can anyone help?

Not unless you read our guidelines BEFORE posting.

http://squirrelmail.org/postingguidelines

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Arthur Dent | 3 Dec 13:18 2009
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Squirrelmail with ModSecurity (a bit OT).

Hello all,

Does anyone else here use Mod_Security on their web server?

Since upgrading Mod_Security I now find that I am able to access SM as normal,
but clicking on any message or folder results in the error "Forbidden
You don't have permission to access /webmail/src/right_main.php on this
server."

I'm aware that this is not a SM problem, but I am posting here in case anyone
has already solved this problem (I have posted a similar thread on the Mod_Sec
CRS list).

I am running SM on a Fedora 11 machine using the Fedora package SquirrelMail
1.4.19-2.fc11.

Here is an extract from the modsec_audit.log file:

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Message: Pattern match
"([^*:\s\w,.\/?+-]\s*)?(?<![a-z]\s)(?<![a-z\/_ <at> >\-\|])(\s*return\s*)?(?:join|pop|push|reverse|reduce|concat|map|shift|sp?lice|sort|unshift)(?(1)[^\w%"]|(?:\s*[^ <at> \s\w%,.+\-]))"
at REQUEST_URI_RAW. [file
"/etc/httpd/modsecurity.d/base_rules/modsecurity_crs_41_phpids_filters.conf"]
[line "53"] [id "phpids-18"] [msg "Detects JavaScript array properties and
methods"] [data "&sort="] [severity "CRITICAL"] [tag "WEB_ATTACK"]
Message: Warning. Operator GE matched 5 at TX:anomaly_score. [file
"/etc/httpd/modsecurity.d/base_rules/modsecurity_crs_60_correlation.conf"]
[line "41"] [msg "Transactional Anomaly Score (score 20): Detects JavaScript
array properties and methods"]
Action: Intercepted (phase 2)
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Helmut Hullen | 3 Dec 15:00 2009
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Re: Squirrelmail with ModSecurity (a bit OT).

Hallo, Arthur,

Du meintest am 03.12.09:

> Does anyone else here use Mod_Security on their web server?

Yes - me.
Without any problem.

> Since upgrading Mod_Security I now find that I am able to access SM
> as normal, but clicking on any message or folder results in the error
> "Forbidden You don't have permission to access
> /webmail/src/right_main.php on this server."

> I'm aware that this is not a SM problem, but I am posting here in
> case anyone has already solved this problem (I have posted a similar
> thread on the Mod_Sec CRS list).

> I am running SM on a Fedora 11 machine using the Fedora package
> SquirrelMail 1.4.19-2.fc11.

> Here is an extract from the modsec_audit.log file:

> --22f31753-H--
> Message: Pattern match
> "([^*:\s\w,.\/?+-]\s*)?(?<![a-z]\s)(?<![a-z\/_ <at> >\-\|])(\s*return\s*)?
> (?:join|pop|push|reverse|reduce|concat|map|shift|sp?lice|sort|unshift
> )(?(1)[^\w%"]|(?:\s*[^ <at> \s\w%,.+\-]))" at REQUEST_URI_RAW.

Strange.
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