On Tue, 11 Jul 2000, Matthew Thompson wrote:
> > Hi Matthew,
> > Is the mysql module uncommented in /etc/php3/apache/php3.ini?
> > It should be like this:
> > ; Dynamics Extensions
> > extension=imap.so
> > extension=ldap.so
> > extension=mysql.so
> These were all here, but this one:
> > extension=pgsql.so
> ...wasn't so I added that line and the fatal error went away. :)
> > Concerning your problem with mattyt.net/imp -> doma.mattyt.net check
> > your httpd.conf and see if there is some virtual host or some kind of
> > redirection, because this seems to be the problem:
> Well, there didn't seem to be any particular virtual host settings that I
> could see, but I changed ServerName to www.mattyt.net and VOILA!, a
> working IMP from inside and outside mattyt.net!
> > Hope this help!
> It helped *immensely*, thanks Mario! :)
> The only thing I'm wondering about now is whether to switch from qpopper
> over to an IMAP-based mail system. Part of the reason for this is that
> IMP still wants to display IMAP as the default Server, even though I
> changed the value in defaults.php3.in to 'pop3' & '110' (port) and ran
> update-imp. I also want users to have access to their mail folders, which
> I believe becomes possible with an IMAP-based system, correct?
Just do it :). Cyrus-imap is a good imap daemon.
Easy to setup/configure.
> Are there any issues to consider when converting from POP3 to IMAP? Any
> recommendations as to which package is easiest to set up for a small
> system? (fewer than 20 users) Anything else to consider? Anyone? Bueller?
> Thanks again, Mario. :)
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