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[Users] add user problem

Terry-2
Hi well I took the plunge and installed in a Freebsd jail
Every thing has gone fine as far as exim is concerned it is up and running.

"Welcome Domain Admin!"
2009-12-27 22:02:07 1NP1Be-0004rK-Uh =>
/usr/home/exim4u/mail/test.com/postmaster/Maildir <[hidden email]>
R=virtual_domains T=virtual_delivery
2009-12-27 22:02:07 1NP1Be-0004rK-Uh Completed

I can add domains fine with the web interface but I am unable to add
users to the domains.
I login as postmaster etc

But I get
Exim4U Email Admin <http://exim4u.org/> -- test.com -- terry could not
be added
No errors in the lighttpd logs that i can see.
Once I get past this I can move onto dovecot setup and then start
further testing.

Thanks
Terry




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Re: [Users] add user problem

gldickens3
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Hi Terry,

I just released version 1.2.1 that probably will fix your problem adding
users.  The problem was that the mysql scripts for creating the database
had a typo in one of the field names in the users table.  See:

http://exim4u.org/svn/exim4u_src/tags/1.2.1/VERSION
and;
http://exim4u.org/svn/exim4u_src/tags/1.2.1/CHANGELOG

Only two Exim4U files change in version 1.2.1:

mysql_migrate/mysql_migrate.sql
and;
mysql_setup/mysql.sql

Arne Schirmacher reported this bug yesterday afternoon.

An easy way to fix the bug is to simply change the field
"on-spambox_report" to "on-spamboxreport" in the users mysql table. You
can do that with phpmyadmin or directly with mysql.

Please fix this bug in your installation and then see if that solves
your problem.  Please report back to let me know.

Sorry for the oversight and thanks for giving Exim4U a test drive!

Gordon Dickens



Terry wrote:

> Hi well I took the plunge and installed in a Freebsd jail
> Every thing has gone fine as far as exim is concerned it is up and running.
>
> "Welcome Domain Admin!"
> 2009-12-27 22:02:07 1NP1Be-0004rK-Uh =>
> /usr/home/exim4u/mail/test.com/postmaster/Maildir <[hidden email]>
> R=virtual_domains T=virtual_delivery
> 2009-12-27 22:02:07 1NP1Be-0004rK-Uh Completed
>
> I can add domains fine with the web interface but I am unable to add
> users to the domains.
> I login as postmaster etc
>
> But I get
> Exim4U Email Admin <http://exim4u.org/> -- test.com -- terry could not
> be added
> No errors in the lighttpd logs that i can see.
> Once I get past this I can move onto dovecot setup and then start
> further testing.
>
> Thanks
> Terry
>
>
>
> _______________________________________________
> Users mailing list
> [hidden email]
> https://exim4u.org/mailman/listinfo/users
>  



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Re: [Users] add user problem

Terry-2
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Hi Terry,

I just released version 1.2.1 that probably will fix your problem adding
users.  The problem was that the mysql scripts for creating the database
had a typo in one of the field names in the users table.  See:

http://exim4u.org/svn/exim4u_src/tags/1.2.1/VERSION
and;
http://exim4u.org/svn/exim4u_src/tags/1.2.1/CHANGELOG

Only two Exim4U files change in version 1.2.1:

mysql_migrate/mysql_migrate.sql
and;
mysql_setup/mysql.sql

Arne Schirmacher reported this bug yesterday afternoon.

An easy way to fix the bug is to simply change the field
"on-spambox_report" to "on-spamboxreport" in the users mysql table. You
can do that with phpmyadmin or directly with mysql.

Please fix this bug in your installation and then see if that solves
your problem.  Please report back to let me know.

Sorry for the oversight and thanks for giving Exim4U a test drive!

Gordon Dickens


Hi Gordon yep renamed it too on_spamboxreport
Works fine now. Looking forward to test it better tomorrow with dovecot.

Cheers
Terry




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Re: [Users] add user problem

gldickens3
Administrator
Terry wrote:
> Hi Gordon yep renamed it too on_spamboxreport
> Works fine now. Looking forward to test it better tomorrow with dovecot.
>  
Thanks for the update!  Let me know how your testing goes.

Gordon