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From: Paul Lesniewski <paul@...>
Date: Mar 27, 2007 8:37 AM
Subject: Re: [SM-USERS] Squirrelmail error on two mailboxes ("The
server couldn't find the message you requested")
To: Jason Byrns <Jason@...>
On 3/8/07, Jason Byrns <Jason@...> wrote:
> I've been trying to figure out a Squirrelmail problem. First one
> customer mailbox, and now a second, is having a problem where people
> can't read messages. (They get an error when they click the subject of
> a message)
> When I test the server using IMAP, with something like Outlook Express
> or Thunderbird, the mailbox and messages can be accessed normally. I
> tried setting up a test server with a new, clean Squirrelmail install,
> but it made no difference. (No extra plugins for Squirrelmail on the
> test install)
> * CentOS 4.4
> * Kernel 2.6.9-42.0.10.EL
> * Apache 2.0.52-28.ent
> * Postfix 2.2.10-1.RHEL4.2
> * Dovecot 0.99.11-4.EL4
> * Squirrelmail 1.4.8-4.el4
> * User can log in normally
> * Message subjects are listed normally
> * When you click on a subject to read the message, you get an error...
> The server couldn't find the message you requested.
> Most probably your message list was out of date and the message has been
> moved away or deleted (perhaps by another program accessing the same
> Click here to return to INBOX
> Testing the same mailbox with Squirrelmail 1.4.9a and 1.5.1 showed no
> improvement. Copying the mail file to a test server, with a new test
> account, also showed no improvement.
If you've found the offending message, you should strip it of private
details and send it with your help request. Also include as much of
your config.php file as seems appropriate.
> For whatever reason, Squirrelmail seems completely unhappy with the
> contents of this mail file. But it still responds fine through IMAP and
> a non-web-based email client.
> What can I do to take care of this problem? Is this a Squirrelmail bug,
> or what? As far as I can tell, it seems like it is.