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Old 28th August 2006, 13:15
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Default Squirrelmail and Serversidefilter with ISPConfig

Hi all,

I have installed the Squirrelmail package for ISPConfig, and am trying to get the serversidefilter plugin working. Anyone here have any experience with it? I'm hacving trouble getting the config.php file setup, as I'm not sure of whether ISPConfig uses virtual or shell users, and what paths to use. And also, what user runs Apache.

Anyone got serversidefilter running with Squirrelmail and ISPConfig?
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I'm not sure of whether ISPConfig uses virtual or shell users
ISPConfig uses shell users.
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Old 29th August 2006, 21:34
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And also, what user runs Apache.
Have a look into your Apache configuration. There's a line like this:

Code:
User apacheuser
Common usernames for the Apache user are www-data, wwwrun, apache, ...
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