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How do i spell check in horde?

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  1. AbeFroman

    AbeFroman BANNED

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    How do i spell check in horde?

    When I click on help it says....
    Click "Spell Check" to check your spelling.

    However I dont see a "Spell Check"

    Got any tips?

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    Sorry, I don't have the exact file name or path handy...I am at my day job right now...

    You need to activate "register" the option in the .../horde/imp/config/ <some_config_file> file. If you have ispell or aspell installed you just need to tell IMP which one.

    I did this and so far the option has not been overwritten with any updates. If anyone knows how to get the view HTML option to remain after there is a WHM update...please let me know.

    Thanks...Ezra

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    Horde Spell Check

    Open this file:

    # /usr/local/cpanel/base/horde/imp/config/conf.php

    and scroll down to:

    /**
    ** External Utilities
    **/

    // If ispell or aspell is available, then we will provide a spelling
    // checker. If this is empty (''), null, or false, then spell checking
    // will be disabled.
    $conf['utils']['spellchecker'] = '';

    change to:

    $conf['utils']['spellchecker'] = '/usr/bin/aspell';

    This enables 'Spellcheck' to work within Horde. No restart of any services required.


    View HTML Option
    This is new one on me as I couldn't see/find it anywhere. If you know the exact path or step-by-step procedure to reach this feature, or to where it should be, please post it.

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    HTML in IMP

    Thanks for filling in the blanks for me...

    To allow HTML to be displayed in the mail view for IMP; edit the the following file:

    # /usr/local/cpanel/base/horde/imp/config/mime_drivers.php


    Look for the following lines:

    /**
    * HTML driver settings
    */

    $mime_drivers['imp']['html']['inline'] = false;
    $mime_drivers['imp']['html']['icons'] = array(
    'default' => 'html.gif' );
    $mime_drivers['imp']['html']['handles'] = array(
    'text/html', 'text/richtext' );


    Change the false to true in the first line:

    $mime_drivers['imp']['html']['inline'] = true;

    Save the file and thats it. My only problem is that when ever there is an update I have to go in and change this setting again.

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    Well so much for a good thing looks like someone rewrote that file and removed those lines.

    Has anyone got a new fix to get the html to work in horder now.?
     
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    Are you sure?

    /usr/local/cpanel/base/horde/imp/config/mime_drivers.php

    <?php
    // $Horde: imp/config/mime_drivers.php.dist,v 1.1.2.6 2002/06/24 04:19:04 slusarz Exp $

    ...

    /**
    * HTML driver settings
    */

    $mime_drivers['imp']['html']['inline'] = false;
    $mime_drivers['imp']['html']['handles'] = array(
    'text/html', 'text/richtext');
    $mime_drivers['imp']['html']['icons'] = array(
    'default' => 'html.gif');
     
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    Thanks Bob I was looking at wrong file was looking here.

    /usr/local/cpanel/base/horde/config/mime_drivers.php

    Need some sleep I guess
     
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    I noticed when using horde to send email it's saying To: and then the person's name. If you look at my inbox it says To:jackal@jackal.com seems to be doing that to people I send it to. Not a big issue but wasn't sure if
    that was an option in horde I messed up or ?

    Any ideas?
     
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