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jctsup1

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Posted on: 2002/6/18 5:20
jctsup1
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Posts: 146
Since: 2002/5/23
#292261

Email Issues

Guys -

Updated all 3 of the sites to use the rc3.01 am I am sorry to say that we are still having the same results with mail to certain systems.

Per my mail server logs:

66.96.146.42 [0000030C] Mon, 17 Jun 2002 22:59:08 -0500 Client session Connected
66.96.146.42 [0000030C] Mon, 17 Jun 2002 22:59:13 -0500 Client session <<< 220 www2.networkshosting.com ESMTP
66.96.146.42 [0000030C] Mon, 17 Jun 2002 22:59:13 -0500 Client session >>> EHLO mail.tindillier.net
66.96.146.42 [0000030C] Mon, 17 Jun 2002 22:59:13 -0500 Client session <<< 250 8BITMIME
66.96.146.42 [0000030C] Mon, 17 Jun 2002 22:59:13 -0500 Client session >>> MAIL From:<webmaster@2bones.com>
66.96.146.42 [0000030C] Mon, 17 Jun 2002 22:59:13 -0500 Client session <<< 250 ok
66.96.146.42 [0000030C] Mon, 17 Jun 2002 22:59:14 -0500 Client session >>> RCPT To:<geoff@hughes2k.com>
66.96.146.42 [0000030C] Mon, 17 Jun 2002 22:59:14 -0500 Client session <<< 250 ok
66.96.146.42 [0000030C] Mon, 17 Jun 2002 22:59:14 -0500 Client session >>> DATA
66.96.146.42 [0000030C] Mon, 17 Jun 2002 22:59:14 -0500 Client session <<< 354 go ahead
66.96.146.42 [0000030C] Mon, 17 Jun 2002 22:59:14 -0500 Client session <<< 451 See http://pobox.com/~djb/docs/smtplf.html.
66.96.146.42 [0000030C] Mon, 17 Jun 2002 22:59:14 -0500 Client session *** <webmaster@2bones.com> <geoff@hughes2k.com> 1 743 00:00:00 ERROR
SYSTEM [0000030C] Mon, 17 Jun 2002 22:59:14 -0500 Client session Disconnected

I would consider this a major showstopper as this is not just happening with 1 mail server, this is the 3rd different server that I have encountered this problem with in as many days. I am in a position where I can monitor mails & see what the system is generating and am willing to help you guys debug this. I really, really dig XOOPS & think it kicks ass - I just need some help in figuring this out as I know I am not the only 1 running this on IIS and someone else will run into this problem at 1 point or another.

Anybody??


onokazu

XOOPS Founder
Posted on: 2002/6/17 16:32
onokazu
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Posts: 617
Since: 2001/12/13
#292262

Re: Typo in xoopsmailer RC3.01, i think ;-)

Yes, we'll fix this. thx


Niels

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Posted on: 2002/6/17 13:45
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Since: 2002/4/19
#292263

Typo in xoopsmailer RC3.01, i think ;-)

Hallo,
i was repatcing my new xoopsmailer and found the follow text on line 185 of the function send()
$this->body = str_replace("\r\n", "\n", $this->body);
$this->body = str_replace("\r", "\n", $this->body);
$this->body = str_replace("\r", $this->LE, $this->body);

but i think the last "/r" must by:
$this->body = str_replace("\n", $this->LE, $this->body);

becose of "/r" don't exist anymore after line 2 above.

thanks
Niels

<small>[ Edited by Niels on 2002/6/17 14:46:29 ]</small>


sunsnapper

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Posted on: 2002/6/17 0:02
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Posts: 403
Since: 2002/4/10
#292264

Re: table background is missing sometimes ..

One thing to look at if you are having this problem is whether or not you are using both HTML bgcolor and CSS class to specify your background color.

If you are then look to see if they are consistent.

In other words, if in the table code you specify a bgcolor of light blue, but in your CSS you specify a bgcolor of white... you can get these odd results as the browser tries to choose which to use.

Probably these days, with CSS1 being around for a number of years, it's safe to set all of your bgcolor in a CSS file... and remove your outdated HTML references. Of course, that is just one approach.


Wayne

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Posted on: 2002/6/16 14:22
Wayne
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Since: 2002/2/13
#292265

Forum: Post new thread button doesn't work

Head's up guys.

My users are reporting that the Post new thread button, as well as the reply buttom in the forum doesn't work for any browser which isn't IE or the later netscape. The latest Opera and Mozilla even have problems with it.

A lot of my users are using virtually antiquated browsers on the Amiga and while they can get around on the site, the JS buttons are killing my forums.

Is there any way they could be rewritten to be more compatible with other (not just older) browsers, or can anyone simply give me a block of code which'll help replace them with stock html buttons?



sunsnapper

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Posted on: 2002/6/14 7:41
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Since: 2002/4/10
#292266

Re: Browser cache causing many problems?

That makes me wonder if an "Expire" meta tag would help solve this problem. In other words if we put this code in the <HEAD> of the "Sorry..." redirect page:
<meta-http-equiv="Expires" content="Thursday, 10-Jan-69 00:00:00 GMT">
or
<META HTTP-EQUIV="Expires" CONTENT="-1">


This and other cache possibilities described at this link: The Open Web Application Security Project

(I should have read Steve's entire post... he just said that. Oh well).


<small>[ Edited by sunsnapper on 2002/6/13 23:46:02 ]</small>


dscg

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Posted on: 2002/6/14 7:06
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Since: 2002/6/7 8
#292267

Re: Browser cache causing many problems?

I don't know if your problem has been solved, but I've also had many problems with that damn "Sorry..." message.

What I've found during my testing of XOOPS is that the browser is caching the "Sorry..." redirect page and I have to force the browser to refresh the page to make things work right.

For example, consider this scenario...
1. I set anonymous user permissions to the contacts module to off.
2. I logout and try to access the contacts module and get the old "Sorry, you don't have permissions..." message. Good so far.
3. Now I log back in and change the anonymous user permissions to the contacts module to on.
4. I logout and try to access the contacts module and still I get the "Sorry..." message. Not so good anymore.
5. Now, if I try to access the contacts module again, and I immediately press the browser refresh button before the browser can redirect me, I can get to the conacts module.

I think this browser caching issue is causing a lot of the problems that people are attributing to cookies. Also caching may be the cause of problems where it "appears" that updated settings are not taking effect.

Possible solutions to this may be to add a line to the page headers to prevent caching. Either...

<meta-http-equiv="Expires" content="Thursday, 10-Jan-69 00:00:00 GMT">

or <META HTTP-EQUIV="Expires" CONTENT="-1">

or <meta http-equiv="Pragma" content="no_cache">

or <META HTTP-EQUIV="Cache-Control" CONTENT="no cache">



onokazu

XOOPS Founder
Posted on: 2002/6/13 11:42
onokazu
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Posts: 617
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#292268

Re: RC3 recent discussions block: why 'Re:'?

thanks. will add this to RC3.0.1


MrSmith

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Posted on: 2002/6/13 8:04
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Since: 2002/5/12
#292269

Re: RC3 recent discussions block: why 'Re:'?

Thanks for the fix! It was line 453 on my system as well.

<small>[ Edited by MrSmith on 2002/6/13 8:04:59 ]</small>


MrSmith

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Posted on: 2002/6/12 12:27
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#292270

Re: Default Comment Order not being set properly for new users

Quote:
why not just set in "Preferences" default comments order to "oldest first" ??


I did have it set that way in my preferences but it wasn't working. XOOPS is hardcoded to use "Newest First" for the viewing mode when new users sign up. As it is right now, the setting in preferences is only affecting anonymous users.

The change I suggested hard codes it so that "oldest first" is the default viewing mode for new users. What really should be done is that it should take the setting specified from preferences, which is what it looks like the developers will do.