No Mail In Roundcube/Mail in Squirrelmail After Upgrade

webquarry

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I'd be curious to know what you find. Have a machine that is having the exact same problem. What version of apache are you running?
 

Wooderson

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This is my oldest box and it's running Apache 1.3.41.
Sorry, I didn't see anything in the roundcube changelogs that gave me anything helpful to go on.
I've kind of moved this to a "as time permits" project since it's all functional right now.
I haven't given up on it yet though....
 

webquarry

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Given it is an older box, what version of mysql are you running on it? Maybe there is something there?
 

bangkok4u

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Up Roundcube not show email

@Jeff,



Yes, Roundcube uses IMAP. As stated by Arieh, it connects to localhost:143.

@tygersclaw,

Try enable debugging in /var/www/html/roundcubemail/config/main.inc.php and see logs:

PHP:
// Log IMAP conversation to <log_dir>/imap or to syslog
$rcmail_config['imap_debug'] = true;
my edit by data it work

then httpd-alias http://xxx.xxx/webmail to /var/www/html/roundcube not click sendmail button
then login direct link to http://xxx.xxx/roundcube it work ?
 

webquarry

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I am having this exact problem. Did any of you sort this out by chance?
Sorry. no. I haven't had any time to pursue it. I have have placed accounts on a newer box where it was all working properly. I'd still be interested if anyone else has found the cause though...
 

webquarry

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For anyone having trouble with roundcube where your users can log in but no mail is displayed:

Source of the trouble is that no javascript is being loaded. Your server is returning a 403 on all javascript files.

Look at /var/www/html/roundcube/program/.htaccess

If you move that file out of the way, javascript will load again and roundcube will work. I'm not sure what it is about that .htaccess file that causes some servers to return 403 on .js files while other servers will serve them up just fine...
 

jw00dy

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Interesting. That worked for me. Thank you for posting what you found. I really appreciate it.
 

luschache

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Same problem here. Renaming the .htaccess file works, but every update the problem will reoccur. Anybody who has an idee what's going on?
 

nobaloney

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Same problem here. Renaming the .htaccess file works, but every update the problem will reoccur. Anybody who has an idee what's going on?
Do you mean the .htaccess file reappears when updating? If so, then the problem is to have a different master .htaccess file, or to prevent it from being created.

Not I've not studied this; I'm just trying to logically understand your reply.

Jeff
 
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