Jill Fox wrote:
> The computers at my office can access the SquirrelMail page that we set
> up for a client - but the client's office computers get a ForbiddenError
> <http://squirrelmail.org/wiki/ForbiddenError> on the same page. A third
> party was able to access it perfectly fine as well. What could be
> causing the error message for some, but not others? (The page is at
> SquirrelMail version 1.4.7-4.fc4
> Server version: 4.1.20
> Apache/2.0.54 (Fedora)
> Linux OS
> The error that they are seeing is something like:
> You don't have permission to access /squirrelmail on this server.
> Apache/2.0.49 (Gentoo/Linux) mod_ssl/2.0.49 OpenSSL/0.9.7d PHP/4.3.4
> Server at example.com Port 80
Check your apache configuration. maybe clients are accessing different
virtual hosts or default virtual host and some host has broken <directory>
access list. You must make sure that access to your squirrelmail directory
is allowed globally or in all virtual hosts that use it. If you set some
Alias or dedicated virtual host for webmail, they must have corresponding
<directory /some/path/to/squirrelmail> configuration with correct options
and access restrictions.
If you use some security filters in apache, make sure that you get same
error, when these modules are disabled.
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