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Old 27th September 2012, 08:59
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Default Horde 4 / Ubuntu 12.04

Trying to login as the configured administrative mail use, I get the following error in my browser:

A fatal error has occurred
SQLSTATE[42S02]: Base table or view not found: 1146 Table 'horde.horde_perms' doesn't exist

Anyone seen this error or know how I might resolve it?

I have already completely removed Horder and resinatlled it a second time in an attempt to resolve this issue but come up with the same error second time around.
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Old 27th September 2012, 22:49
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I'm getting the same issue...
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Old 28th September 2012, 00:15
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It looks like we were following the same instruction set on how to build a mail server with Horde/Dovecot/Postfix/Ubuntu. Maybe there's something wrong with the document?
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Old 28th September 2012, 16:25
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I had the same issue on 12.04 but not on 10.04. Just removing the horde directory is not enough to remove it How to uninstall horde

After I did this and started the re-install I was able to get the horde installer to finish and get the web GUI up but it wouldn't take any logins and didn't really put any messages into my mail log other than a connection to impd on 127.0.0.1 and then closed it. I am still looking to resolve this issue and will be re-installing today to see if something else is wrong. I have also followed the instructions from the horde wiki but was unable to make that work also.
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Old 28th September 2012, 17:21
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After two days of intensive hair-pulling, removing and installing Horde THREE times (all of which garnered no success) I finally concluded that Horde was simply not the webmail solution I needed on Ubuntu 12.04 Postfix/Dovecot.

I opted, instead, for RoundCudeMail which was reasonably easy to install. Only one tricky issue... a pear sql Driver MD2 or something like that which, when you get the error trying to communicate with MySQL, you'll be able to find the driver via Google.

RouncCubeMail is now up and running and simply a much, much easier alternative that the exhaustive process I went through with my Horde experience. Also only two commands to install from the command line instead of the gazillion Horde takes.

Still testing RoundCubeMail but thus far it seems to work just fine.
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Old 28th September 2012, 22:25
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After two days of intensive hair-pulling, removing and installing Horde THREE times (all of which garnered no success) I finally concluded that Horde was simply not the webmail solution I needed on Ubuntu 12.04 Postfix/Dovecot.

I opted, instead, for RoundCudeMail which was reasonably easy to install. Only one tricky issue... a pear sql Driver MD2 or something like that which, when you get the error trying to communicate with MySQL, you'll be able to find the driver via Google.

RouncCubeMail is now up and running and simply a much, much easier alternative that the exhaustive process I went through with my Horde experience. Also only two commands to install from the command line instead of the gazillion Horde takes.

Still testing RoundCubeMail but thus far it seems to work just fine.
I just finished installing RoundCube...pretty awesome!
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Old 12th October 2012, 18:20
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Default Fixing the horde install

I ran into the same issue. To address is do this:

cp /var/www/config/conf.dist.php /var/www/config/conf.dist

this overwrites the conf.php from the tutorial with the default conf.php from the horde install.

now run 'sudo webmail-install'

I chose the following options:
- mysql
- 0
- horde
- <horde db password>
- tcp
- 127.0.0.1 (my database is on the same server as horde webmail)
- 3306
- horde
- utf-8
- 0
- blank
- false

then enter the email address of the adminstrator and you are done.

now if you browse to mail.example.com you will get the login prompt. Login with the admin email/pwd and follow the instructions again.

Good luck,
Ronald
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