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No folder tree on a new install

Jari Fredriksson

I just installed Squirrelmail 1.4.22 on a Dovecot under a CentOS 6.4 x64 box.

The folders are rendered without a tree structure, all names just like
they exist in the file system.

Ohjelmistot.SquirrelMail
Ohjelmistot.SquirrelMail.Plugins (47)
Ohjelmistot.SquirrelMail.Save
Ohjelmistot.SquirrelMail.SquirrelMail Users (58)

Should be of course

Ohjelmistot
   ...
   SquirrelMail
      Plugins
      Save
      SquirrelMail Users

I have the check "allow collapsible tree" checked, and the server is
selected as Dovecot.

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Re: No folder tree on a new install

mick.crane

On Sun, July 7, 2013 4:07 pm, Jari Fredriksson wrote:
>

> I just installed Squirrelmail 1.4.22 on a Dovecot under a CentOS 6.4 x64
> box.
>
> The folders are rendered without a tree structure, all names just like
> they exist in the file system.
>
> Ohjelmistot.SquirrelMail
> Ohjelmistot.SquirrelMail.Plugins (47)
> Ohjelmistot.SquirrelMail.Save
> Ohjelmistot.SquirrelMail.SquirrelMail Users (58)
>
>
> Should be of course
>
>
> Ohjelmistot
> ...
> SquirrelMail
> Plugins
> Save
> SquirrelMail Users
>
>
> I have the check "allow collapsible tree" checked, and the server is
> selected as Dovecot.
>
> --
> jarif.bit

that might be somthing to do with /usr/share/squirrelmail/config/conf.pl

folder defaults/default folder prefix
or not I dunno.


mick


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