equens

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Horde problems!
I need help please!

We have a client that cannot log into his mail account with Horde. Logging in with Neomail or through the POP3 server works just fine. And logging in with Horde is able to main account but not to others pop acounts. The error message is:

Login failed for some reason. Most likely your username or password was entered incorrectly.

I saw several posts about this, but no real firm solution, any help would be appreciated.

Thanks!
 

equens

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Of course

Of course, I have tried to connect with [email protected] and password but the error is:

Login failed for some reason. Most likely your username or password was entered incorrectly.
 

hostalia

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Same problem here!

We've got the same problem for a couple of customers.

Is there any config file where you specify the users allowed to login at horde, or something like that?
 

cyon

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I had the same problem. Try

/scripts/resethorde
 
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ozzi4648

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[quote:0d4b5b6648][i:0d4b5b6648]Originally posted by DWHS.net[/i:0d4b5b6648]

&I had the same problem. Try /scripts/resethorde&

Thanks for the help, but no luck working for me :[

Anyone else... Horde will not let anyoone log in on my new 8.0 server. It just refreshes and shows the same page.

Charles[/quote:0d4b5b6648]

Just a thought but have you tried the &REPAIR A LOCAL DATABASE& from WHM? Horde has its own database and you can select it if you run this option. :)
 

rweiss

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Exact same problem here...

Still looking for a fix, and I'm about to submit this one to DarkOrb. Has anyone submitted it yet?
 

mgebert

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Originally posted by cyon
I had the same problem. Try

/scripts/resethorde

This does actually nothing more than this:

rm -f /etc/vmail/*
/scripts/updateuserdomains


My prob was that /etc/vmail/ contained too much files and symlinks, so rm -f failed because it can't take an unlimited amount of arguments. So my suggestion is to use something like this:

rm -f /etc/vmail/uid*
rm -f /etc/vmail/vhost*
rm -f /etc/vmail/passwd*
rm -f /etc/vmail/*
/scripts/updateuserdomains