From: Tomas Kuliavas <tokul@us...> - 2012-08-06 18:17:58
> I've upgraded squirelmail from 1.4.17 to 1.4.22. The server is Red Hat
> I've also upgraded apache/httpd at the same time. I know, not the best
> I can log in to squirrelmail, and see new messages. I can reply to
> them. But, if I click on my TRASH or SENT folder, or any of my folders, I
> get the below error message. I believe it is coming from apache, not
> If I attempt to compose a message, and add recipients from my address
> book, rather than typing them into the "TO:" field, I get the below
> message when I click the "Use addresses" button at the bottom of the
> address book page. If I compose a message and type in the recipient, it
> is sent and the recipient receives it.
> If I click on any folder to display the contents, I get the below error
> If I am reading any email in my INBOX and choose "Message List",
> "Unread", or "Delete", I get the below message.
> I believe this is an apache/httpd issue, but since it is related to
> squirrelmail, I am hoping someone can offer some advice.
> THE ERROR:
> You don't have permission to access
> /mail/squirrelmail-webmail-1.4.22/src/right_main.php on this server.
Check permissions and ownership on all squirrelmail-webmail-1.4.22 scripts.
Check Apache configuration. Your older setup could use different <directory>
for older webmail setup.
Make sure that you can reproduce it with SELinux turned off. Check webserver
for filtering extensions (like mod-security and others)
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