> I've joined the list because I'm going around in circles with this plugin
> and driving myself up the wall!
Apparently you forgot the subject line
> I run Debian Etch with Postfix, Courier (w/Maildrop), Amavis and
> SpamAssassin. I have virtual domains and users in a MySQL database (as
> per http://workaround.org/articles/ispmail-sarge/ but
> upgraded to Etch).
> I'm using Squirrelmail 1.4.11 and Compatibility Plugin 2.0.4. I first
> tried to setup Serversidefilter using the latest version on the
> Squirrelmail Plugins site, but am now using the latest CVS.
> I had to fiddle a bit to get the Serversidefilter plugin running in
> Squirrelmail, but this was largely fixed by playing around with various
> versions of the Compatibility plugin and copying a couple of files from
> Squirrelmail's /src folder to /include.
This is very suspicious and possibly dangerous. You should only need
to change the plugin code. I do believe Serversidefilter plugin has
not yet been upgraded to work with Compatibility 2.x. Try 1.x.
> Now the web interface appears but
> won't save filters. I've checked and no file is being created in the
> relevant Maildir directory.
There will always be log events associated with failed saves.
Increase your logging verbosity per the mailing list posting
> My virtualdomain file has only one entry, '*:vmail'. When I run test.sh I
> get 'Result 14: Can't look up virtual user', but when I change it to
> 'domain.tld:vmail' I receive error 'Result 11: Can't find uid/gid for
I'm sorry, but I don't have the time to get into this myself ATM, but
there should be at least a few examples of people using the plugin
with the same setup in the mailing list archives. The virtual domain
functionality of the plugin is fiddly, but should work fine I think
when you revert to *:vmail
> Any idea what might be causing this? I've been over my config file
> (attached) a dozen times and everything seems to be okay.
If the list archives and plugin documentation don't help (you'd be
surprised that they might be very helpful), you might need to walk
thru the code unless someone with the time to dig into it with you can
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