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From: Wayne Bow <waynebow@om...> - 2008-09-24 20:07:50
I'm sending this third time (in plain text, only) on the hypothesis that
that is why I have not received it in my list email. I posted at 9:30 am
Hawaii time on 9/22 and have not seen my post. Checked my settings on
the list and I am set to receive my posts and non-digest. My apologies
if I ma mistaken.
I've recently taken over a network and a problem cropped up last week
that has me stumped.
I can replicate this every time with every browser that I've tried,
Safari, IE7 and SeaMonkey.
The problem first appeared when a teacher allowed their student to use
Squirrel mail on her computer logged in with her OD account. The student
was able to see the headers and even read email from the teacher's
account that were in "common" system folders such as Drafts and Sent
Messages. I've done a lot of testing and reliably the issue is fixed by
deleting the Temporary Internet files, or clearing the cached files in
Safari or Sea Monkey. I tested to see if clearing cookies alone would
resolve the issue but it does not.
Other Squirrel mail implementations I've used do not exhibit this
feature. I'd like to make ours behave properly. Can anyone help?
I've tested from inside our LAN with OSX (fully up to date) with Safari
and SeaMonkey. I've tested from outside our LAN using OSX and
Safari/SeaMonkey and from a windows XP SP3 box using IE7 and SeaMonkey
1.1.11. IMAP works correctly from OE and SeaMonkey IMAP client setups.
It's only web based where I see the issue.
My understanding is that no conf files were modified prior to the first
occurrence. Since discovering the issue I have updated our SquirrelMail
to the current version, 1.4.15 from the previous version we were using,
The server's involved are:
*1) *xserve* – www server and squirrel mail:
PowerPC G4, dual 1.33GHz processors
OSX 10.4.11 Server
Apache: 1.3.41 openssl 0.9.7 DAV/1.0.3 mod_ssl/2.8.31
Updated 2008-9-14 from 1.4.10a
PHP version 4.4.8
2) * Mail server:*
2 x 2.66 GHz Dual core Intel Xeon
OS X 10.4.11 (not a server version)
Any ideas on how to force a browser refresh of *all* folders when
logging into SquirrelMail, anyway to force a refresh in the browser from
within Squirrelmail? I'm I even on the right track?
Any help will be greatly appreciated,
Om Consulting Services
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