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Re: [Phpgroupware-users] phpGroupware calendar and email

From: Alex Borges
Subject: Re: [Phpgroupware-users] phpGroupware calendar and email
Date: Tue, 04 Jan 2005 13:15:24 -0600
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Curtis Carpenter wrote:


First, I would like to say that phpGroupware is really cool. I can see
phpG playing a big part at my company, but I have a few errors I need to
get rid of first.

I am running phpgroupware with php-4.3.10, apache-2.0.51 on a
RH 9 box.

I have a basic phpgroupware configuration running at the moment, but
have run into two problems:

    1. This is probably a stupid one: When I try to add a calendar
       entry with other users I get the following error:
Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent in
/home/phpgroupware/calendar/inc/ on line 1354
(this line is a Header() call)

That doesnt look right at all.... where did you get the phpgw from?

Whats the name of the tarball you got?

    1. I am having trouble setting up the email module. I see in the
       archives this has been more of a problem for other users. I have
       a basic configuration using our mail server's pop port. Here are
       the errors:
Warning: imap_open(): Couldn't open stream {}INBOX

imap_last_error: [Certificate failure for self signed
certificate: /C=US/ST=IL/L=Chicago/O=Driveitaway/OU=Mail
tried RH bug recovery?: [1]

Yes, the cert on our mail server is self-signed. Is there a way to get
around this error?
Well.... yes, but first.... we strongly recomend imap over pop for webmail. Believe me, youll thank me. In rh, both services should be on anyway and, since youre not using it for anything else, you can use hosts.deny to close imap for everyone else except localhost. This way you dont need ssl if youve both the webserver and the mail server in the same box.

Thanks much,


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