[v-webmail] Re: Problem with the .htaccess and the session functions in the /htdocs folder

  • From: "Richard Cunningham" <wanderer@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <v-webmail@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 6 Jun 2003 02:52:20 -0700

Hi Steve,

While I don't have the solution, I recommend you leave the second line in.
That's the Apache "per directory" command to turn registered globals off.
v-webmail is written for globals off and would require quite of bit of
rewriting to work with globals on.

Richard

> Hi all,
>
> I thoroughly tested v-webmail on my local W2k box (easy PHP) and had no
> problems at all, it works like a dream and seems much better than many
other
> packages out there.
>
> But when I installed it on my webserver (shared - apache Apache/1.3.27 -
PHP
> 4.3.0) I get a 500 internal server error when calling the htdocs folder.
So
> I took the 2 lines :
>
> php_flag session.auto_start Off
> php_flag register_globals Off
>
> out of the htdocs/.htaccess file and no longer the 500 error, but
v-webmail
> no longer works !! I can't login into any account..
>
> So I figure that there's some conflict between my webserver / the
> .htaccessfile and these two commands.
>
> Is there anyway to make v-webmail work without these commands ? Or has
> anyone found a workaround to this ?
>
> Thanks in advance, I'd love to get v-webmail up and running !!
>
> Cheers
>
> Steve


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