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RE: Exchange and Ispcp
(10-10-2008 10:55 PM)BeNe Wrote:  You can also put it to /var/www/ with the correct Permissions that Apache can read it.

Greez BeNe

I get the same error nomatter where i put the file:
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Your files directory 'var/files' is in the webservers docroot

How can that be? How should the permissions be? What user and group should be the owner?
10-11-2008 04:36 PM
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RE: Exchange and Ispcp
<ot>a friend of my is currently using exchange and ispcp. He has a server with ispcp running all the normal mail stuff, and a real exchange server where every mailbox gets his mails from the ispcp server via pop3 ebery 5minutes</ot>
10-11-2008 10:03 PM
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RE: Exchange and Ispcp
(10-11-2008 10:03 PM)Zothos Wrote:  <ot>a friend of my is currently using exchange and ispcp. He has a server with ispcp running all the normal mail stuff, and a real exchange server where every mailbox gets his mails from the ispcp server via pop3 ebery 5minutes</ot>

Sounds great, but i need it all to be in just 1 server and i still have problem with the files folder. No matter where i put it, it says that its in the docroot
10-12-2008 07:44 PM
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RE: Exchange and Ispcp
Nobody has had that problem before with the files folder? Would really like this to work.
10-13-2008 04:18 PM
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RE: Exchange and Ispcp
The docroot should not be accessable from the Internet. So please put it in a Folder outside the docroot. Then make sure that Apache (the vuXXXX) User has enough permission.

Also checked the eGroupware Forum ? This is no really an ispCP Problem.

Greez BeNe
10-13-2008 06:42 PM
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