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Tomas Kuliavas <tokul@...> wrote:
>> Hello. New here, and I haven't found anything in these forums on this
>> topic, but I may have been using the wrong search terms. Please don't hate
>> My parents have Squirrelmail set up through their website. My father made
>> the mistake of setting the display options to view 5000 emails per page
>> and this seems to have... "broken" the entire settings page; every time we
>> try to change this mail setting back, we get a low memory error:
>> Allowed memory size of 31457280 bytes exhausted at (null):0 (tried to
>> allocate 44 bytes) in Unknown on line 0
>> and afterwards, nothing in squirrelmail works at all: all links do
>> nothing. In Firefox, the browser starts to download the PHP pages
>> associated with Squirrelmail (dialogue: You have chosen to open
>> Options.php. What should firefox do with this file [save / open]). Clearly
>> we have done something wrong.
>> I followed one forum thread saying to change the memory limit in php.ini,
>> but this didn't seem to do anything. HOWEVER, the support page here:
>> has a very different-looking php.ini page in their example than I see when
>> I open php.ini from the site's file manager. So I need to either do one of
>> two things:
>> Either I am looking at the wrong php.ini page. Are there usually two of
>> them? And is this usually something I access through the website's File
>> Magager, or should I be looking elsewere? (I found it in an "etc" folder
>> in the file manager directories) Like I said, I'm new at this, so that may
>> be a stupid question, but if there is another way to change the
>> Memory_Limit settings, I'm all ears (er... eyes?)
>> OR I need to somehow restore the default display options without using the
>> Options page within Squirrelmail. Is this possible? Is there a way to
>> simply reset all the options?
>> I appreciate any help you can give me. Thank you!
>Fix settings (show_num=5000) stored in .pref files. See
>http://www.squirrelmail.org/docs/admin/admin-2.html#ss2.2. Use other browser
>or delete your server cookies stored in browser after updating .pref file.
>If your browser has some session information with older show_num settings,
>it will ignore your changes in user's .pref file.
>options.php should not hit memory limits. Your memory is exhausted when you
>load mailbox listing. options.php just happens to be next page you load. You
>should see similar error on any other page (Addresses, Folders, Search or
>See http://www.squirrelmail.org/docs/admin/admin-6.html. Make sure that
>don't have SquirrelMail with server side sorting disabled, if your IMAP
>server support IMAP SORT extension. Make sure that sort setting is set to 6
>in .pref files, if server does not support SORT extension and you experience
>problems with large mailboxes. If you use Apache with PHP DSO extension,
>enable PHP APC extension to reduce your SquirrelMail memory usage.
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