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  • this is the same question as posted here today
    (word for word )

    Answered by johnvanvliet
    3 years ago
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  • Dear Sirs I´ve finally solved this problem.
    If it is useful for someone, here is what I do.
    I leave permissions over the /maildir/ directory to the user mail, so as to be able to send mails.
    But as I said, I can´t login inTO Roundcube Webmail, so I run:

    telnet localhost imap
    a login password
    [ALERT] Fatal error: Account's mailbox directory is not owned by the correct uid or gid

    This is what I receive when I try to login.
    So I find in a post that Courier checks for the SANITY of the setup, so turning this option to "0" solved the problem.
    I added this line in /etc/courier/imapd => IMAP_MAILBOX_SANITY_CHECK=0

    So if I telnet localhost now I can login ok:

    telnet localhost imap
    a login password
    a OK LOGIN Ok.

    Now when trying to login into Roundcube Webmail, everything works ok, and can send mails ok too.
    Thanks to everyone for your help.

    Best regards.

    Answered by xavinux
    3 years ago
    0 0
  • Hello friend,
    I thing is normal problem friend. your Roundcube is not connect properly database. so please check ur database.

    Answered by Ajay_Songare
    3 years ago
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