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Old 31st May 2011, 12:52
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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.
I checked code ones again.

You have a BUG in this line (svn, and v3.0.3.3) maildrop_plugin.inc.php:

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$app->plugins->registerEvent('mail_user_update','maildrop_plugin ','insert');
It must be that:

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$app->plugins->registerEvent('mail_user_insert','maildrop_plugin ','update');
probably altered it manually and exchange a "insert/update" in this two params.

Check it, and repair ISPConfig, plz.

ps. I wonder how it is possible that it works for you ...

Last edited by dar_ek; 31st May 2011 at 13:21.
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