I have the following:
http://mydomain shows a Squirrelmail logon box, but the Squirrelmail
logo does not appear. If I go to
http://mydomain/squirrelmail/images/sm_logo.png, the logo itself is
visible. I can use http://mydomain/squirrelmail, but would prefer to
use just http://mydomain/.
In /etc/squirrelmail I have (where 126.96.36.199 is my IP):
If I use Squirrelmail's config.pl to set the logo to be
http://mydomain/squirrelmail/images/sm_logo.png (or if I set it back to
the default, or do anything else, I get the following :
* Parse error*: parse error in */etc/squirrelmail/config.php* on line *28*
(followed by some more messages)
*Line 28 of */etc/squirrelmail/config.php is:*
$domain = 'implode('', file('/etc/mailname'))';
My /etc/mailname is correct, and reflects the email domain that should be used (and I cannot see how it is involved in the logo anyway)
I have even tried an Apache RedirectMatch, and direct paths (from root), but nothing can convince Squirrelmail to display the logo, and config.pl breaks the whole config without fail. What can I try next?