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pawan 12th April 2011 21:46

new mail box - send copy to (optional) not working
 
I have been using ISPCONFIG 3 since quite some time, but on creaing new email box whenever I feel this field - Send copy to --------------------(optional) doesn't seems to be working.

Any solutions please.

till 13th April 2011 08:57

The filed is working on update and not insert. So when you fill in the email address after you first saved the mailbox, then it will work. This has been fixed in SVN already and will be released with ispconfig 3.0.3.3.

matiasCU 4th May 2011 22:08

new mail box - send copy to (optional) not working
 
Hi guys anyone has been able to determine why this is wrong? I have installed ISPConfig Version: 3.0.3.3 but not from svn and do not work either.
Messages arrive at the destination mailbox, but not to the account specified in the field send copy to

Best regards.

falko 5th May 2011 17:02

Are there any errors in your mail log (in the /var/log/ directory)?

till 5th May 2011 18:05

Quote:

Originally Posted by matiasCU (Post 256448)
Hi guys anyone has been able to determine why this is wrong? I have installed ISPConfig Version: 3.0.3.3 but not from svn and do not work either.
Messages arrive at the destination mailbox, but not to the account specified in the field send copy to

Best regards.

This fix works only for new accounts and not existing accounts. For existing accounts, remove the email from the send copy to field, click save, enter the address again and click save again.

matiasCU 5th May 2011 21:16

As always thank you very much Till, you're right, the problem is solved.

dar_ek 31st May 2011 11:15

Quote:

Originally Posted by till (Post 255140)
The filed is working on update and not insert. So when you fill in the email address after you first saved the mailbox, then it will work. This has been fixed in SVN already and will be released with ispconfig 3.0.3.3.

Are you sure that was fixed?
I'd upgrade 3.0.3 to 3.0.3.3 and still it isnt work.

(But bugtrack ticket is closed FS#1561).

Whitch file I must check for that fix?

Edit: I'd check in svn, and this is file maildrop_plugin.inc.php, and only change one line (add):

Quote:

$app->plugins->registerEvent('mail_user_update','maildrop_plugin ','insert');
[rev. 2279]

This is enough?
Till check this again, plz.

till 31st May 2011 12:03

It works on my servers, I just tested it. Dont forget that you have to empty the field, click on save and then insert the email address again if the address was entered before you updated to 3.0.3.3

Quote:

$app->plugins->registerEvent('mail_user_update','maildrop_plug in ','insert');
Yes, thats was the missing code.

dar_ek 31st May 2011 12:27

Quote:

Originally Posted by till (Post 257796)
It works on my servers, I just tested it. Dont forget that you have to empty the field, click on save and then insert the email address again if the address was entered before you updated to 3.0.3.3

I dont get it.

I know - update "Send copy to" field is (and was) working.

But in my 3.0.3.3 I create ADD NEW MAILBOX with filed "Send copy to", and nothing happens. I dont have new file /var/vmail/mailfilters/DOMAIN/USER/.mailfilter

(3.0.3.3 upgraded from 3.0.3, and two ISPConfig patched manually "maildrop_plugin.inc.php")

strange, what may I debug it?

till 31st May 2011 12:30

Did you normally update or did you patch only one file? The patches in 3.0.3.3 depend on patches in 3.0.3.2 and so on. So to get a working system, its not enough to copy or patch only one file manually, you have to update your server to 3.0.3.3 with the ispconfig update.php script to get all patches applied.


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