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Old 13th December 2008, 17:07
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Of course, everytime i make any changes i restart the appropriate services... But this problem still remains SMTP takes sometimes up to 10 seconds for very small test messages. In the beginning i thought it was due to antivirus and spam check but i don't think so...am still searching on it. Also the field 'From:' remains with all this stuff on it if someone sends from clients like Outlook/Outlook express
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Old 16th December 2008, 13:03
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One more strange thing i have noticed and i cannot figure out if its due to cyrus config or exim... If a sender sends to a capital letters address i.e. admin@mydomain.com (ADMIN@MYDOMAIN.COM), cyrus makes a second mailbox under users section in IMP the message is viewable but from POP its not accessible of course because it is in other directory...

How can i convert ANY incoming address to small letters?

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SOLVED: imapd.conf

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Old 26th January 2009, 16:12
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Cool horde installation how to in centos 5.2

Is any how to here to install horde in centos5.2.
The how to in centos5.1 , i installed it but shows a blank screen.I cant even see any logs .
Is there any way?
Thans in advance
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Old 26th January 2009, 16:47
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This howto should work with modifications on centos 5.2, a blank screen usually indicates a php error turn on error reporting in php and you will see what the error is.
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Old 27th January 2009, 15:21
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Default hore installation in centos5.2

Thanks Mr.Topdog for your speedy reply.Could you pls tell me the modifications to be done in centos5.2 version.?It will be beneficial for people like me.
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Old 27th January 2009, 15:25
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There are few minor things here and there, if you follow the threads here on howtoforge u should be able to get it up and running.

I will be producing an updated howto for 5.3 when it is released which should be soon as RHEL 5.3 is out. May be u should wait and use that one.
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Thanks a lot for this thread. It works for me. I am waiting for howto in 5.3 version.
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Old 11th November 2009, 10:56
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Thanks a lot for this thread. It works for me. I am waiting for howto in 5.3 version.
It will actually be on 5.4 as soon as i get some time on my hands.
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php error turn on error reporting in php .
You can set it in php.ini.
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Hi everyone! Thank you very much for help in learning centos. I'm linux newbie, please do not judge strictly. I have a question. When I removed the comments that had been checked for viruses in exim config, my mail server stop going. That thi error:

2010-01-24 07:10:57 1NYr0D-0006ZH-Be malware acl condition: clamd: ClamAV returned /var/spool/exim/scan/1NYr0D-0006ZH-Be: lstat() failed: Permission denied. ERROR

Help to understand what's wrong?

drwxrws--- 2 exim mail 4096 Янв 25 11:47 scan.
Here the rights on folder scan. Everything else works.
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