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Squirrel Mail Warnings

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by basshook, Jun 18, 2014.

  1. basshook

    basshook Active Member

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    Receiving these warnings in my logs and was wondering if anyone knows how to resolve them?

    Here are both lines of code in the config_local.php file:

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    $pw = posix_getpwuid(posix_getuid());
        $data_dir = $pw["dir"] . '/.sqmaildata';
        [COLOR="#FF0000"]mkdir($data_dir,0700);[/COLOR]
    
        $attachment_dir = $pw["dir"] . '/.sqmailattach';
        [COLOR="#FF0000"]mkdir($attachment_dir,0700);[/COLOR]
     
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    Hello :)

    This is addressed in cPanel version 11.44 per internal case number 99281:

    Fixed case 99281: Eliminate log warnings created by new Squirrelmail users.

    cPanel version 11.44 is currently published to the Release, Current, and Edge build tiers. Note that you can safely ignore those warning in the meantime, as it's simply a failed attempt to create a directory that already exists.

    Thank you.
     
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    Thanks, any idea on the timeline for it to be release to the stable build tier?
     
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