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Old 02-05-2006, 12:42 PM   #1
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SquirrelMail, Cyrus-Imapd

I've been trying to get SquirrelMail and Cyrus-Imapd working together properly but I couldn't till now

The problem is I'm not able to read any mail
being sent from user to another through SquirrelMail
But I'm able to read it through the "mail" command for example which means that the delivery is OK and I find the messages in the default Cyrus partition.
I tried to give Cyrus & SquirrelMail the same partition
but it doesn't work.

Cyrus files are owned by cyrus:mail.
And SquirrelMail files are owned by apache.

"So I added apache to the group mail and gave the mail group 'rwx' but still doesn't work"
Should I #chown -R cyrus:mail /path
,give the group mail 'rwx' and join apache the mail group "SquirrelMail files are owned by apache"?

Or there is a cleaner way
Any hints??

Using Fedora-C4


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