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Old 13th August 2006, 19:33
Ovidiu Ovidiu is offline
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Default question concerning configuration of squirrelmail

hi guys,

I have been extensively using squirrelmail with a lot of plugins and it works great but now I have stumbled upon a problem that is really unnerving me:

from time to time some of my notes (I use the notes plugin) disappear.


This is very unnerving because I use to save a lot of urls to different stuff, small mini howtos and whatever.


I just wanted to ask if someone has already experienced such a thing and if someone else is using notes, maybe he can give me the settings for his data folder, mine is set to have root as owner, www-data as group and is chmoded 775 so the webserver can write to it. The data folder is also located outside the webroot so it cannot be accessed from the web....
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