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flyingtux
Re: WebmailFX 1.0RC2b cannot create mail accounts
  • 2005/3/23 16:55

  • flyingtux

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  • Since: 2004/9/6 1


That was supposed to be fixed in this version. But it seems it is still giving troubles. It happens when running th module on a MS Windows host.
As far as there are no development activities planned before mid april, the only way to have that fixed is somebody submitting a patch in the next few days.
To be honest I do not have any hope regarding that: we received two patches, I believe, in more than six months...
I have no sourcecode here to look at, but if I remember right, the problem lies in /class/email_message.php. If you're able to fix yourself, just submit the patch and we'll merge it.
Bye,
ft
The WebMailFX Team



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flyingtux
Re: WebmailFX 1.0RC2b cannot create mail accounts
  • 2005/3/23 13:08

  • flyingtux

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  • Since: 2004/9/6 1


As stated in README file, the module requires that "register_globals" in PHP are "On" to work properly.
Most of the times, a wrong setting (i.e. register_globals = Off) is respondible of the behaviour reported.
To check this out:
1.create an empty php file, i.e. phpinfo.php and put into it the string:
<?php phpinfo(); ?>
2.Save the file and upload it on your root directory;
3.Access it through:
http://www.yoursite.com/phpinfo.php
4.A very long file will show you your settings. Locate the key we're looking for and see how the setting is.

In the hypothesys of register_globals = Off, you should do the following:

HOME SERVER
1.Go to your Apache directory and locate your php.ini;
2.Locate the string register_globals = Off and change it to register_globals = On;
3.Save the file;
4.Restart the server.

WEB SPACE ON A SHARED SERVER
Ask your provider whether they could change that.

Hope this helps.
Bye,
ft



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flyingtux
Re: WebmailFX and existing email accounts
  • 2005/3/16 18:51

  • flyingtux

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  • Posts: 146

  • Since: 2004/9/6 1


The module has been developed based on a "standard" XOOPS installation on a "standard" LAMP architecture.
We basically run Apache-MySQL-PHP as testing platform, both locally (on our own machines) and remotely (on our websites hosted by different companies in different countries).
On the local side, we have of course the possibility to customize as much as possible the platform and do a lot of testing. On the remote one, I personally have just a basic webspace (not a dedicated server) which has restrictions decided by admins. I could not decide to keep register_globals "On" or "Off", for instance.
Concerning MS Windows platform: I don't have the possibility to test the module on that environment. I don't use MS Windows . When somebody wants to test it on such a platform, we're open to look at results and see if the module itself needs modifications for working well on both platforms.
Finally, there's a thing to consider: it seems to us that the module is usually appreciated by users. There have been people reporting bugs, making suggestions, etc... We really thank all of them! But, you know: from the very beginning, there have been just 2 people working actively on the project, me and kaotik. And if you consider that the biggest part of coding have been made by this great guy (kaotik itself) you realize that for doing new things and fixing existing troubles we need active support. We're trying to get that, but it's not so easy...
Bye,
ft
The WebMailFX Team



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flyingtux
Xoopsgallery and html in image caption
  • 2005/2/28 15:05

  • flyingtux

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  • Since: 2004/9/6 1


Hello xoopsers,
while trying to set a mixed text/html caption for a picture in Xoopsgallery, I discovered the following.
If I set a caption like that:

Quote:

Edwige Fenech - 40 gradi all'ombra del lenzuolo, 1976 (<a href="www.buioomega.com">Buio Omega</a>)


the caption itself is displayed perfectly but on the bottom of the page I got the following:

Quote:

Buio Omega)">


Here is the concrete example, to see it with your eyes.
Could somebody help with this?
Thanx,
ft



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flyingtux
Re: module cd base
  • 2005/2/28 13:07

  • flyingtux

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  • Since: 2004/9/6 1


Hi everybody,
after installing the module I always get an internal server error, whatever I try to do.
Using XOOPS 2.0.9.2.
Is there any know compatibility problem with other modules?
I could post a list of my installed ones.
Thx in advance.
Bye,
ft



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flyingtux
Re: WebmailFX and existing email accounts
  • 2005/2/1 15:24

  • flyingtux

  • Not too shy to talk

  • Posts: 146

  • Since: 2004/9/6 1


Concerning webmailfx the answer is yes.
Its main purpose is to be a webmail client for xoops.
Bye,
ft
The WebMailFX Team



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flyingtux
Re: Changing date format for the whole site?
  • 2005/1/27 7:15

  • flyingtux

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  • Posts: 146

  • Since: 2004/9/6 1


Yesterday I did searched through the forum...
Probably used a bad string like "date format"...
Thx anyway.
Bye,
ft



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flyingtux
Changing date format for the whole site?
  • 2005/1/26 11:19

  • flyingtux

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  • Posts: 146

  • Since: 2004/9/6 1


Hello everybody,
using XOOPS 2.0.9.2 Id' like to ask whwther is possible to force all modules to display the date in the format gg/mm/aaaa with zerofills.
For instance, I'd like to have:
01/01/2005
and not
1/1/2005
How could I do that?
Is there a general option which affect all modules?
Do I have to hack them all? If so, how?
I'd like that for having better behavior in displaying recent Articles (WF-Section), Links (MyLinks), etc...
Bye,
ft



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flyingtux
Re: webmailfx only works with cpanel?
  • 2005/1/24 13:46

  • flyingtux

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  • Posts: 146

  • Since: 2004/9/6 1


Which platform do you use / would like to be supported?
We're currently just 2 persons active in the project.
Carrying on developing/debugging is really hard. We could try to reproduce different situations but not all.
Please be more specific in your request and we'll tri to give you an answer.
Bye,
ft
The WebMailFX Team



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flyingtux
Re: Changing the colours of Webmail FX
  • 2005/1/24 8:49

  • flyingtux

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  • Posts: 146

  • Since: 2004/9/6 1


There's no .css to modify yet. The colors thing has been a little hack introduced in latest versions...
Different colors could be obtained by changing the values in file colors.php.
In the next future we'd love to port the module to smarty templates and .css...
Bye,
ft
The WebMailFX Team




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