Per olof Ljungmark
peo at intersonic.se
Wed Jul 20 23:21:31 UTC 2011
On 07/20/11 22:07, Jack L. Stone wrote:
> At 11:38 AM 7/20/2011 -0800, Beech Rintoul wrote:
>> On Wednesday 20 July 2011 11:22:44 Beech Rintoul wrote:
>>> On Wednesday 20 July 2011 09:47:33 Jack L. Stone wrote:
>>>> Am running FBSD-7.x and IMAP WU + sendmail-8.4.x + MySQL-5.0.x
>>>> Sorry to bother the list with this but have searched and read everything
>>>> google& horde.org has to offer but I find no solution
>>>> to an important issue I'm having with the installation of horde4.
>>>> Although the port maintainer won't have the broken port for horde4, I
>>>> have successfully installed Horde4 plus several common apps including,
>>>> "IMP" app for an IMAP mail service.
>>> All of the horde4 ports including webmail and groupware have been rewritten
>>> and comitted. AFAIK everything is working properly. You may be missing some
>>> libs or modules, so I would suggest a reinstall.
>>>> The problem is while I have a good install with the Horde4 base frame and
>>>> the apps, I can login to HORDE just fine, but when going to the IMAP app,
>>>> my login fails. From what I understand, the same Horde login should work
>>>> for the IMP. Reading the login scripts indicates that as well. I'm using
>>>> MySQL (SQL) as the backend for everything that needs a backend so I may
>>>> be able to handle a large number of users. I've installed Washington Uni
>>>> (WU) Imap server and it's listening on the expected port 143.
>>>> I've worked on this issue over days and weeks, including reinstalls but
>>>> cannot login to IMP for the mail services. In Horde, I can add users just
>>>> fine and they appear in the MySQL horde database properly. I have a
>>>> couple designated as admins.
>>>> If anyone on this list uses horde and maybe knows what I have missed I
>>>> would appreciate any possible tips to check on. Does IMP not use the same
>>>> login as I assUme?
>>> Not necessarily. It all depends on your auth backend configs for both horde
>>> and the apps. If you're using IMAP auth, you should be able to login to imp
>>> as any regular user on the mail account. It's common to use IMAP auth as
>>> your general auth backend, that way your users will end up in the right
>>> account. You also need either SASL auth or Dovecot auth setup along with
>>> your auth backend. IMAP SSL is required, imp will NOT work with IMAP plain
>>> login unless you hack the configs by hand (bad idea).
>>> Finally, uncheck the "disable horde test script" box on the main horde
>>> configs under the general tab, save your configs and navigate to
>>> horde/test.php, there is a section near the bottom for testing your IMAP
>>> login. If that isn't successful, you're not going to get much further. If
>>> the option doesn't exist at all, you don't have all the modules you need.
>>> It will also give you an idea about the state of everything else.
>>> Hope this gets you pointed in the right direction :-)
>> I forgot to say use SASL or Dovecot auth if you also want to access and
>> remotely use your sendmail system outside of your horde portal. Horde imp
>> shouldn't have any problems out of the box if your IMAP is otherwise working
> Good help!
> Should I use Dovecot or Dovecot2 ??
We're using Cyrus-IMAP so I cannot help you with that, but did you
configure your imapserver in
Specifically the line
This file itself has a lot of useful information on imap settings.
I assume you checked the imap server log files?
While on the Horde4 subject, we are running a test installation and find
the perfermance of H4 to be considerably slower the its predecessor.
Did anyone here experience this?
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