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Old 14th July 2006, 04:09
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Thanks Till,

That explains a lot now...

two more questions;

1) How long before the same email account can send an email and receive another auto response ?

2) is there anywhere in the scripts that I can maybe disable this feature so they always get replies ???

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Old 14th July 2006, 11:16
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2) is there anywhere in the scripts that I can maybe disable this feature so they always get replies ???
Have a look at /root/ispconfig/scripts/lib/classes/ispconfig_procmail.lib.php and search for the string ".vacation.cache".
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Old 15th July 2006, 02:30
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Falko,

That file didn't really help but I found that if I removed the -D option in formail in the autoresponder.rc.master template and then removed the existing .vacation.cache file from the users Maildir directory - this did the trick.

I changed autoresponder.rc.master as follows;

changed --> | formail -rD 8192 .vacation.cache
to --> | formail -r 8192 .vacation.cache

This means now that an autoreply will always be sent - even if to the same email again.

FYI - for anyone else who may want to disable the "send once" autoresponder feature.
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Old 15th July 2006, 13:00
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Thanks Falko - I was also wondering how that should happen. Will be a nice fix
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I´ve found the solution of one of the known problems with RoundCubeMail.

Look here: http://www.howtoforge.com/forums/showthread.php?t=5710

Maybe it´s possible that this can be fixed in one of the next versions of ISPConfig in Maildir-Mode (by automatic creating an additional folder named "trash" when a new email-account were created)?
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Old 22nd July 2006, 17:19
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Maybe it´s possible that this can be fixed in one of the next versions of ISPConfig in Maildir-Mode (by automatic creating an additional folder named "trash" when a new email-account were created)?
We didn't make the RoundCube .pkg. It was made by someone else (we only put it on the ISPConfig web site), and he used the normal RoundCube download so it's still a problem the RoundCube developers should fix.
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No - what I mean is the following:

If you use Maildir and create a new user in ISPConfig, there will be created some folders. Right ?

Why not one folder more with the name "Trash" ?
Or does it give there some config-files where I can set this options ?
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Old 24th July 2006, 10:54
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No - what I mean is the following:

If you use Maildir and create a new user in ISPConfig, there will be created some folders. Right ?
No, not by ISPConfig. The folders where created by postfix.

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Why not one folder more with the name "Trash" ?
Or does it give there some config-files where I can set this options ?
Please have a look here:

http://www.howtoforge.com/forums/showthread.php?t=5722
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Okay - I´m sorry - but I didn´t know it until now
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