On Fri, Feb 13, 2004 at 07:38:41AM +0100, Anders Fluur wrote:
> I have problems using the Webmail application.
> I am presented with a Login page. When I enter User and password and press
> Login, nothing happends. When I stop OTP , a pop-up is is shown by the
> browser, saing something like "Connection lost with server"
> I can log on to Unix using the same User/password. I can telnet to port 25
> of the Mail server. (Same machine).
> Browsing the Yaws and Wiki pages works. (Some occasional errors)
> I am running Yaws 1.41, OTP R9C, and Exim mail server on Debian Woody.
We need something to go on here, more info ...
- run as yaws -i, anything interesting comes on the screen ???
- tcdump on the mailserver, any traffic ??
- anything in the err logs
- the /etc/mail/yaws-webmail.conf file, is it ok ???
- /etc/yaws.conf (paths to the mail beam files, ok ???)
- # yaws -i
Eshell V5.3.b1 (abort with ^G)
1> 1> code:which(mail).
mine looks as:
# This is the default Yaws webmail configuration file
# It contains very few config items, ...
# The time to live, a session is GC'ed by the server
# when it has ben idle for more than this amount of seconds
ttl = 1800
# the popserver, either an IP or a FQDN is acceptable here
popserver = localhost
# same goes for the smtp server
smtpserver = localhost
## maildomin must be set,
maildomain = hyber.org
# The timeout in send operations, default should be fine here
sendtimeout = 3000
And it works just fine, all we need now is a good way to
compose attachments, then we have something that could
be used in production.
Claes Wikstrom -- Caps lock is nowhere and
http://www.hyber.org -- everything is under control