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

  • From: steve@xxxxxxxx
  • To: v-webmail@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 06 Jun 2003 21:09:27 GMT

Hi JB,

Could you be a bit more explicit on what I should try to do ? I'm not an 
expert PHP programmer (far from it !) but I'm willing to try anything I can. 
If it may help, the phpinfo of the server is here : 
http://720plan.ovh.net/test.php 

Cheers, 

Steve 

JB a écrit: 

> If you can't enable "AllowOverride FileInfo" in your Apache config,
> you may be able to make the changes using ini_set,
> http://php.net/ini_set. 
> 
> register_globals will not work with ini_set, but that should not matter. 
> 
> ~jb 
> 
>> 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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