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Horde Login Problems

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by pfmartin, Oct 17, 2002.

  1. pfmartin

    pfmartin Well-Known Member

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    I created a new account. The main control panel user can login to horde without problems (i.e. the user without the @domain.com extension).

    Then I try to login to a POP account I created. This time login fails with:

    [quote:0bbd743f3d]Login failed for some reason. Most likely your username or password was entered incorrectly.[/quote:0bbd743f3d]

    The error message in the horde.log file says:

    [quote:0bbd743f3d]Oct 17 09:49:07 HORDE [error] [imp] FAILED LOGIN XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX to localhost:143[imap/notls] as user@domain.com [on line 270 of &/usr/local/cpanel/base/horde/imp/lib/IMP.php&] [/quote:0bbd743f3d]

    Any idea why this would be??
     
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    pfmartin Well-Known Member

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    After further investigation, it turns out that some accounts on our server are not able to login to imap while other can.

    This domain in particular that I am referring to can login with no problems using the main control panel username. But any add-on accounts are not able to login with imap. Does anybody know why this would be?

    Is there some file that says &enable Imap on these domains...& or something like that? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
     
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    Finally figured it out

    In case this helps someone.

    Go to /etc/vmail

    Run this:

    find . -type l -follow 2&&1 | cut -d: -f2 | sed s/\ //g

    Any files that show are broken links. You have the fix these links in order for the imap login to work. A broken link means the files are pointing to non existant files. Anyhow, this fixed it for me.
     
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