I'm a very new user to both Linux and SquirrelMail (I've
just started using both about a week ago), so please
forgive me if this problem turns out to be something silly
I've just forgotten to do.
I've installed and configured SquirrelMail 1.4.1 on Red
Hat 8. This all works just fine. However, I need
SquirrelMail to support many different domains,
preferably with some customizations for each one. My
understanding is that the Virtual Host Login plugin would
do all this and more for me. So I downloaded it (ver. 3.2)
and wrote a config.php file based on the sample (this file
is attached if you would like to review it). Right now I'm
trying to test it with just two domains to see if I can get
My problem is, for some reason, whenever I try to pull
up either of the login pages I get the following PHP error
at the top:
Parse error: parse error, unexpected ';'
(233) : eval()'d code on line 1
If I changed the $debug value in config.php to 1 and
login, it does indeed resolve the login to the correct
domain, but it also prints three additional errors:
Warning: Cannot add header information - headers
already sent by (output started
(233) : eval()'d code:1)
in /usr/share/squirrelmail/functions/i18n.php on line 1611
(it gives this same error two more times, only with the
files /squirrelmail/functions/global.php (line 267)
and /squirrelmail/src/login.php (line 49)).
If I then turn debugging off it will still continue to print
these errors for several hours afterward.
I am new to PHP, but I have been programming in ASP
experience, so the PHP isn't terribly difficult to follow
(unless I'm missing something completely). I have
the /squirrelmail/plugins/vlogin/data/config.php file
several times and it looks correct to me.
I was also wondering if perhaps the conflict was with
another plugin I have installed, so I removed quite a few
of them. Here is a list of plugins I currently have
7. compatibility (required for VLogin)
But nothing seems to help. I've looked everywhere and
can't seem to find anyone else who has had this
problem, but with almost 8,000 downloads for this plugin,
I can't imagine I'm the only one. If anyone out there
could even point me in the right direction I'd be VERY
Log in to post a comment.