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Old 15th June 2013, 11:42
sjswarts sjswarts is offline
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Yeah nope it still the same, Error 404

I'm currently creating a new virtual machine using Ubuntu and I will set it up completely to be the same. See if there might be something wrong with how I configured my server. Don't really know what else there could be.

I guess the log in must have timed out because I can log in again. Something wrong with the Horde configuration, because that user used to be able to log in. Plus it uses the same database as ISPConfig I thought, hence making it the perfect companion. But obviously is something wrong.
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