Re: Anyone ever use Squirrelmail?
- From: Steve Wampler <swampler@xxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 14 Nov 2006 14:50:57 -0700
Steve Wampler wrote:
Add the attached file to /etc/httpd/conf.d/ and restart httpd.
I'm surprised this file wasn't installed for you by the install.
(This version is modified so 'https://HOSTNAME/mail' gets you
to squirrelmail as well as 'https://HOSTNAME/webmail'.)
Well, I see that there is an alias directive that points to the install
directory. However, when I enter that URL, rather than bringing up
Squirrelmail, it give me a box to save the index.php file??
??? I don't understand "save the index.php" file. You get a dialog
box asking if you want to save this file? Sounds like you may not
have Apache configured to work with PHP, which is a separate problem
than just getting squirrelmail to work.
Start by checking /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf to see if 'index.php'
shows up in a 'DirectoryIndex' line. And that you have a line like:
AddType application/x-httpd-php .php4 .php3 .phtml .php
in the same file. (Remember to restart httpd if you make changes
Now, that may not be enough, mind you. You may not have php installed,
for example. Or the apache module for php4 installed. Or its something
else entirely - this is just my best guess.
Steve Wampler -- swampler@xxxxxxxx
The gods that smiled on your birth are now laughing out loud.
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