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Imre Gergely

Hi

I'm trying to install SquirrelMail 1.4.32-svn (210140217_0200 to be
exact) on a CentOS 6.5 box, with PHP 5.4.24 (from IUS repo). The IMAP
server is a local Dovecot server.

The installing goes fine, the configtest.php shows that everything is
OK. I manage to log in with username/password, left side folders, right
side the INBOX with the messages. After this, no matter what I click on
(be it another folder, or message, or 'check mail', or Options, I get
thrown back to the login screen, which says: "ERROR. You must be logged
in to access this page.", and "Go to the login page".

So the initial login seems to work but after that is seems to forget
that I'm logged in.

I also have a squirrel 1.4.22 on this same box, installed under another
virtualhost, which is working fine, using the same local Dovecot IMAP
server, same PHP, same Apache.
For this reason I've tried changing the $session_name variable in the
1.4.23-svn installation to something else. I've tried with two different
browsers, one of them was clean (a.k.a no cache, no history, no nothing,
fresh install). I'm not logged in with the same user twice. I don't see
anything in the PHP/apache logs that would indicate what the problem is.

Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!

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Re: login problems with 1.4.23-svn

Imre Gergely
 

Hi

Nobody had/has this problem, only me?

On 2014-02-20 10:55, Imre Gergely wrote:

> Hi
>
> I'm trying to install SquirrelMail 1.4.32-svn (210140217_0200 to be
> exact) on a CentOS 6.5 box, with PHP 5.4.24 (from IUS repo). The IMAP
> server is a local Dovecot server.
>
> The installing goes fine, the configtest.php shows that everything is
> OK. I manage to log in with username/password, left side folders, right
> side the INBOX with the messages. After this, no matter what I click on
> (be it another folder, or message, or 'check mail', or Options, I get
> thrown back to the login screen, which says: "ERROR. You must be logged
> in to access this page.", and "Go to the login page".
>
> So the initial login seems to work but after that is seems to forget
> that I'm logged in.
>
> I also have a squirrel 1.4.22 on this same box, installed under another
> virtualhost, which is working fine, using the same local Dovecot IMAP
> server, same PHP, same Apache.
> For this reason I've tried changing the $session_name variable in the
> 1.4.23-svn installation to something else. I've tried with two different
> browsers, one of them was clean (a.k.a no cache, no history, no nothing,
> fresh install). I'm not logged in with the same user twice. I don't see
> anything in the PHP/apache logs that would indicate what the problem is.
>
> Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
>
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Re: login problems with 1.4.23-svn

Paul Lesniewski
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Sorry for the delay.

On Thu, Feb 20, 2014 at 12:55 AM, Imre Gergely <[hidden email]> wrote:

>
> Hi
>
> I'm trying to install SquirrelMail 1.4.32-svn (210140217_0200 to be
> exact) on a CentOS 6.5 box, with PHP 5.4.24 (from IUS repo). The IMAP
> server is a local Dovecot server.
>
> The installing goes fine, the configtest.php shows that everything is
> OK. I manage to log in with username/password, left side folders, right
> side the INBOX with the messages. After this, no matter what I click on
> (be it another folder, or message, or 'check mail', or Options, I get
> thrown back to the login screen, which says: "ERROR. You must be logged
> in to access this page.", and "Go to the login page".
>
> So the initial login seems to work but after that is seems to forget
> that I'm logged in.
>
> I also have a squirrel 1.4.22 on this same box, installed under another
> virtualhost, which is working fine, using the same local Dovecot IMAP
> server, same PHP, same Apache.

A good starting point would be to show a diff of the two configuration
files.  Also make sure you are not running any plugins.  Inspect the
cookies in your browser at each step to see what's happening with
them, since it sounds like you are losing them.  The only other thing
I can think of at the moment is to check if you have misconfigured the
base URL setting.  It would be best if you could set it to empty so
SquirrelMail auto-detects its value.

> For this reason I've tried changing the $session_name variable in the
> 1.4.23-svn installation to something else. I've tried with two different
> browsers, one of them was clean (a.k.a no cache, no history, no nothing,
> fresh install). I'm not logged in with the same user twice. I don't see
> anything in the PHP/apache logs that would indicate what the problem is.
>
> Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!

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Imre Gergely

Hi

On 02/26/2014 06:10 PM, Paul Lesniewski wrote:
> Sorry for the delay.
No problem, thanks for replying.

>
> On Thu, Feb 20, 2014 at 12:55 AM, Imre Gergely <[hidden email]> wrote:
>> Hi
>>
>> I'm trying to install SquirrelMail 1.4.32-svn (210140217_0200 to be
>> exact) on a CentOS 6.5 box, with PHP 5.4.24 (from IUS repo). The IMAP
>> server is a local Dovecot server.
>>
>> The installing goes fine, the configtest.php shows that everything is
>> OK. I manage to log in with username/password, left side folders, right
>> side the INBOX with the messages. After this, no matter what I click on
>> (be it another folder, or message, or 'check mail', or Options, I get
>> thrown back to the login screen, which says: "ERROR. You must be logged
>> in to access this page.", and "Go to the login page".
>>
>> So the initial login seems to work but after that is seems to forget
>> that I'm logged in.
>>
>> I also have a squirrel 1.4.22 on this same box, installed under another
>> virtualhost, which is working fine, using the same local Dovecot IMAP
>> server, same PHP, same Apache.
> A good starting point would be to show a diff of the two configuration
> files.  Also make sure you are not running any plugins.  Inspect the
> cookies in your browser at each step to see what's happening with
> them, since it sounds like you are losing them.  The only other thing
> I can think of at the moment is to check if you have misconfigured the
> base URL setting.  It would be best if you could set it to empty so
> SquirrelMail auto-detects its value.
I've attached the config.php diff between 1.4.22 and 1.4.23-svn. I can
see no major differences. There is no other configuration option set
anywhere (ie config_local.php). I've generated the config.php with
conf.pl, and didn't touch the file itself.
I have no plugins, didn't have any plugins ever, not on 1.4.22 nor
1.4.23-svn.

I can see the cookies in Firefox, when I right-click the page and go to
'Page Information / Security', there is a cookie with the name
SQMSESSID, the correct hostname, path is '/', expires 'At end of
session', I don't see any difference between this cookie and the 1.4.22
cookie (of course the content is different and the host).
I've also tried http:// and https:// , didn't seem to make a difference.

I didn't set any base URL, it's on autodetect.

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Ted Hatfield-2
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> On 2014-02-20 10:55, Imre Gergely wrote:
>> Hi
>>
>> I'm trying to install SquirrelMail 1.4.32-svn (210140217_0200 to be
>> exact) on a CentOS 6.5 box, with PHP 5.4.24 (from IUS repo). The IMAP
>> server is a local Dovecot server.
>>
>> The installing goes fine, the configtest.php shows that everything is
>> OK. I manage to log in with username/password, left side folders, right
>> side the INBOX with the messages. After this, no matter what I click on
>> (be it another folder, or message, or 'check mail', or Options, I get
>> thrown back to the login screen, which says: "ERROR. You must be logged
>> in to access this page.", and "Go to the login page".
>>
>> So the initial login seems to work but after that is seems to forget
>> that I'm logged in.
>>
>> I also have a squirrel 1.4.22 on this same box, installed under another
>> virtualhost, which is working fine, using the same local Dovecot IMAP
>> server, same PHP, same Apache.
>> For this reason I've tried changing the $session_name variable in the
>> 1.4.23-svn installation to something else. I've tried with two different
>> browsers, one of them was clean (a.k.a no cache, no history, no nothing,
>> fresh install). I'm not logged in with the same user twice. I don't see
>> anything in the PHP/apache logs that would indicate what the problem is.
>>
>> Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
>>
>> --
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>> http://havaz.net [1]
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>>
>
> On Wed, 26 Feb 2014, Imre Gergely wrote:
>
>
> Hi
>
> Nobody had/has this problem, only me?
>

I've never had this problem but my guess is that it is a cookie problem.

Squirrelmail keeps track of it's users sessions via a cookie. Specifically
the SQMSESSID.  If Squirrelmail can't verify the session id by querying
the cookie then you will get pushed to the error.

"You must be logged in to access this page."

If you were using the same url to test between each different version I
might see there being a conflict of some kind but I'm not knoweledgable
enough to state that for certain.  That's just a guess on my part.

I would make certain that you clear your cookies before accessing the new
site or switching between sites.

Make certain that your virtual hosts aren't using the same name/ip address
as the cookie keys off the url name.

I hope this helps.

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"Tóth Attila"
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I cannot see the diff in between the configs, but I would definitely make
the seesion_name unique for each squirrelmail installation.

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2014.Február 26.(Sze) 18:57 időpontban Imre Gergely ezt írta:

>
> Hi
>
> On 02/26/2014 06:10 PM, Paul Lesniewski wrote:
>> Sorry for the delay.
> No problem, thanks for replying.
>>
>> On Thu, Feb 20, 2014 at 12:55 AM, Imre Gergely <[hidden email]>
>> wrote:
>>> Hi
>>>
>>> I'm trying to install SquirrelMail 1.4.32-svn (210140217_0200 to be
>>> exact) on a CentOS 6.5 box, with PHP 5.4.24 (from IUS repo). The IMAP
>>> server is a local Dovecot server.
>>>
>>> The installing goes fine, the configtest.php shows that everything is
>>> OK. I manage to log in with username/password, left side folders, right
>>> side the INBOX with the messages. After this, no matter what I click on
>>> (be it another folder, or message, or 'check mail', or Options, I get
>>> thrown back to the login screen, which says: "ERROR. You must be logged
>>> in to access this page.", and "Go to the login page".
>>>
>>> So the initial login seems to work but after that is seems to forget
>>> that I'm logged in.
>>>
>>> I also have a squirrel 1.4.22 on this same box, installed under another
>>> virtualhost, which is working fine, using the same local Dovecot IMAP
>>> server, same PHP, same Apache.
>> A good starting point would be to show a diff of the two configuration
>> files.  Also make sure you are not running any plugins.  Inspect the
>> cookies in your browser at each step to see what's happening with
>> them, since it sounds like you are losing them.  The only other thing
>> I can think of at the moment is to check if you have misconfigured the
>> base URL setting.  It would be best if you could set it to empty so
>> SquirrelMail auto-detects its value.
>
> I've attached the config.php diff between 1.4.22 and 1.4.23-svn. I can
> see no major differences. There is no other configuration option set
> anywhere (ie config_local.php). I've generated the config.php with
> conf.pl, and didn't touch the file itself.
> I have no plugins, didn't have any plugins ever, not on 1.4.22 nor
> 1.4.23-svn.
>
> I can see the cookies in Firefox, when I right-click the page and go to
> 'Page Information / Security', there is a cookie with the name
> SQMSESSID, the correct hostname, path is '/', expires 'At end of
> session', I don't see any difference between this cookie and the 1.4.22
> cookie (of course the content is different and the host).
> I've also tried http:// and https:// , didn't seem to make a difference.
>
> I didn't set any base URL, it's on autodetect.
>
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Re: login problems with 1.4.23-svn

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On 02/26/2014 08:36 PM, Ted Hatfield wrote:

>> On 2014-02-20 10:55, Imre Gergely wrote:
>>> Hi
>>>
>>> I'm trying to install SquirrelMail 1.4.32-svn (210140217_0200 to be
>>> exact) on a CentOS 6.5 box, with PHP 5.4.24 (from IUS repo). The IMAP
>>> server is a local Dovecot server.
>>>
>>> The installing goes fine, the configtest.php shows that everything is
>>> OK. I manage to log in with username/password, left side folders, right
>>> side the INBOX with the messages. After this, no matter what I click on
>>> (be it another folder, or message, or 'check mail', or Options, I get
>>> thrown back to the login screen, which says: "ERROR. You must be logged
>>> in to access this page.", and "Go to the login page".
>>>
>>> So the initial login seems to work but after that is seems to forget
>>> that I'm logged in.
>>>
>>> I also have a squirrel 1.4.22 on this same box, installed under another
>>> virtualhost, which is working fine, using the same local Dovecot IMAP
>>> server, same PHP, same Apache.
>>> For this reason I've tried changing the $session_name variable in the
>>> 1.4.23-svn installation to something else. I've tried with two different
>>> browsers, one of them was clean (a.k.a no cache, no history, no nothing,
>>> fresh install). I'm not logged in with the same user twice. I don't see
>>> anything in the PHP/apache logs that would indicate what the problem is.
>>>
>>> Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
>>>
>>> --
>>> Imre Gergely
>>> http://havaz.net [1]
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>>>
>> On Wed, 26 Feb 2014, Imre Gergely wrote:
>>
>>
>> Hi
>>
>> Nobody had/has this problem, only me?
>>
> I've never had this problem but my guess is that it is a cookie problem.
>
> Squirrelmail keeps track of it's users sessions via a cookie. Specifically
> the SQMSESSID.  If Squirrelmail can't verify the session id by querying
> the cookie then you will get pushed to the error.
>
> "You must be logged in to access this page."
>
> If you were using the same url to test between each different version I
> might see there being a conflict of some kind but I'm not knoweledgable
> enough to state that for certain.  That's just a guess on my part.
>
> I would make certain that you clear your cookies before accessing the new
> site or switching between sites.
>
> Make certain that your virtual hosts aren't using the same name/ip address
> as the cookie keys off the url name.
>
> I hope this helps.
>
Thanks guys for the suggestions. I'm at a loss on what to do, though...
I've installed a brand new CentOS 6.5 in a VM, apache + PHP, got the
latest 1.4.23-svn from the site, installed it and it is behaving the
same way. It's a different URL, it's a different machine, I've also
tried with Chrome browser, it's doing the same thing. I log in, and
everywhere I click I get thrown out to the error "you must be logged in
bla bla..."

[root@m1test squirrelmail]# php -v
PHP 5.4.25 (cli) (built: Feb  7 2014 09:45:42)
Copyright (c) 1997-2014 The PHP Group
Zend Engine v2.4.0, Copyright (c) 1998-2014 Zend Technologies

This is from IUS repo.

I've installed squirrelmail in /var/www/html/squirrelmail, with basic
config, and remote dovecot IMAP (so I can log in), that part is working,
I'm seeing my INBOX, just cannot click on anything.
In php.ini I didn't tweak anything (only set the timezone).

I did see some strange things in the cookies, see attached screenshots
with every cookie. Why are there so many cookies, and why are they with
expiration date 1970 (the ones with /src/ in the path) ? I've looked at
the cookies for 1.4.22, and I have ONE with SQSESSID, and it doesn't
mention /src/ anywhere.

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Imre Gergely
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On 02/26/2014 08:36 PM, Ted Hatfield wrote:

>> On 2014-02-20 10:55, Imre Gergely wrote:
>>> Hi
>>>
>>> I'm trying to install SquirrelMail 1.4.32-svn (210140217_0200 to be
>>> exact) on a CentOS 6.5 box, with PHP 5.4.24 (from IUS repo). The IMAP
>>> server is a local Dovecot server.
>>>
>>> The installing goes fine, the configtest.php shows that everything is
>>> OK. I manage to log in with username/password, left side folders, right
>>> side the INBOX with the messages. After this, no matter what I click on
>>> (be it another folder, or message, or 'check mail', or Options, I get
>>> thrown back to the login screen, which says: "ERROR. You must be logged
>>> in to access this page.", and "Go to the login page".
>>>
>>> So the initial login seems to work but after that is seems to forget
>>> that I'm logged in.
>>>
>>> I also have a squirrel 1.4.22 on this same box, installed under another
>>> virtualhost, which is working fine, using the same local Dovecot IMAP
>>> server, same PHP, same Apache.
>>> For this reason I've tried changing the $session_name variable in the
>>> 1.4.23-svn installation to something else. I've tried with two different
>>> browsers, one of them was clean (a.k.a no cache, no history, no nothing,
>>> fresh install). I'm not logged in with the same user twice. I don't see
>>> anything in the PHP/apache logs that would indicate what the problem is.
>>>
>>> Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
>>>
>>> --
>>> Imre Gergely
>>> http://havaz.net [1]
>>> gpg --keyserver subkeys.pgp.net --recv-keys 0x34525305
>>>
>> On Wed, 26 Feb 2014, Imre Gergely wrote:
>>
>>
>> Hi
>>
>> Nobody had/has this problem, only me?
>>
> I've never had this problem but my guess is that it is a cookie problem.
>
> Squirrelmail keeps track of it's users sessions via a cookie. Specifically
> the SQMSESSID.  If Squirrelmail can't verify the session id by querying
> the cookie then you will get pushed to the error.
>
> "You must be logged in to access this page."
>
> If you were using the same url to test between each different version I
> might see there being a conflict of some kind but I'm not knoweledgable
> enough to state that for certain.  That's just a guess on my part.
>
> I would make certain that you clear your cookies before accessing the new
> site or switching between sites.
>
> Make certain that your virtual hosts aren't using the same name/ip address
> as the cookie keys off the url name.
>
> I hope this helps.

I've sent a response to this with a couple of screenshots (~150KB), it's
waiting for approval. Could somebody please approve it? Thanks!

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On Wed, Feb 26, 2014 at 9:57 AM, Imre Gergely <[hidden email]> wrote:

>
> Hi
>
> On 02/26/2014 06:10 PM, Paul Lesniewski wrote:
>> Sorry for the delay.
> No problem, thanks for replying.
>>
>> On Thu, Feb 20, 2014 at 12:55 AM, Imre Gergely <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>> Hi
>>>
>>> I'm trying to install SquirrelMail 1.4.32-svn (210140217_0200 to be
>>> exact) on a CentOS 6.5 box, with PHP 5.4.24 (from IUS repo). The IMAP
>>> server is a local Dovecot server.
>>>
>>> The installing goes fine, the configtest.php shows that everything is
>>> OK. I manage to log in with username/password, left side folders, right
>>> side the INBOX with the messages. After this, no matter what I click on
>>> (be it another folder, or message, or 'check mail', or Options, I get
>>> thrown back to the login screen, which says: "ERROR. You must be logged
>>> in to access this page.", and "Go to the login page".
>>>
>>> So the initial login seems to work but after that is seems to forget
>>> that I'm logged in.
>>>
>>> I also have a squirrel 1.4.22 on this same box, installed under another
>>> virtualhost, which is working fine, using the same local Dovecot IMAP
>>> server, same PHP, same Apache.
>> A good starting point would be to show a diff of the two configuration
>> files.  Also make sure you are not running any plugins.  Inspect the
>> cookies in your browser at each step to see what's happening with
>> them, since it sounds like you are losing them.  The only other thing
>> I can think of at the moment is to check if you have misconfigured the
>> base URL setting.  It would be best if you could set it to empty so
>> SquirrelMail auto-detects its value.
>
> I've attached the config.php diff between 1.4.22 and 1.4.23-svn. I can

No attachments to this email

> see no major differences. There is no other configuration option set
> anywhere (ie config_local.php). I've generated the config.php with
> conf.pl, and didn't touch the file itself.

I'd suggest testing by using the config file from 1.4.22 directly in
1.4.23.  I think the new settings in 1.4.23 will default to sensible
values when they aren't in the config file.  I'd also suggest not
changing the $session_name setting in the config file; just make sure
not to be logged into 1.4.22 at the same time.

> I have no plugins, didn't have any plugins ever, not on 1.4.22 nor
> 1.4.23-svn.
>
> I can see the cookies in Firefox, when I right-click the page and go to
> 'Page Information / Security', there is a cookie with the name
> SQMSESSID, the correct hostname, path is '/', expires 'At end of
> session', I don't see any difference between this cookie and the 1.4.22
> cookie (of course the content is different and the host).
> I've also tried http:// and https:// , didn't seem to make a difference.

You might also benefit from the Cookie Warning plugin.  While you're
at it, the Check Login plugin is a good one to have.

> I didn't set any base URL, it's on autodetect.

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On Thu, Feb 27, 2014 at 3:57 AM, Imre Gergely <[hidden email]> wrote:

>
> On 02/26/2014 08:36 PM, Ted Hatfield wrote:
>>> On 2014-02-20 10:55, Imre Gergely wrote:
>>>> Hi
>>>>
>>>> I'm trying to install SquirrelMail 1.4.32-svn (210140217_0200 to be
>>>> exact) on a CentOS 6.5 box, with PHP 5.4.24 (from IUS repo). The IMAP
>>>> server is a local Dovecot server.
>>>>
>>>> The installing goes fine, the configtest.php shows that everything is
>>>> OK. I manage to log in with username/password, left side folders, right
>>>> side the INBOX with the messages. After this, no matter what I click on
>>>> (be it another folder, or message, or 'check mail', or Options, I get
>>>> thrown back to the login screen, which says: "ERROR. You must be logged
>>>> in to access this page.", and "Go to the login page".
>>>>
>>>> So the initial login seems to work but after that is seems to forget
>>>> that I'm logged in.
>>>>
>>>> I also have a squirrel 1.4.22 on this same box, installed under another
>>>> virtualhost, which is working fine, using the same local Dovecot IMAP
>>>> server, same PHP, same Apache.
>>>> For this reason I've tried changing the $session_name variable in the
>>>> 1.4.23-svn installation to something else. I've tried with two different
>>>> browsers, one of them was clean (a.k.a no cache, no history, no nothing,
>>>> fresh install). I'm not logged in with the same user twice. I don't see
>>>> anything in the PHP/apache logs that would indicate what the problem is.
>>>>
>>>> Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
>>>>
>>>> --
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>>>>
>>> On Wed, 26 Feb 2014, Imre Gergely wrote:
>>>
>>>
>>> Hi
>>>
>>> Nobody had/has this problem, only me?
>>>
>> I've never had this problem but my guess is that it is a cookie problem.
>>
>> Squirrelmail keeps track of it's users sessions via a cookie. Specifically
>> the SQMSESSID.  If Squirrelmail can't verify the session id by querying
>> the cookie then you will get pushed to the error.
>>
>> "You must be logged in to access this page."
>>
>> If you were using the same url to test between each different version I
>> might see there being a conflict of some kind but I'm not knoweledgable
>> enough to state that for certain.  That's just a guess on my part.
>>
>> I would make certain that you clear your cookies before accessing the new
>> site or switching between sites.
>>
>> Make certain that your virtual hosts aren't using the same name/ip address
>> as the cookie keys off the url name.
>>
>> I hope this helps.
>>
>
> Thanks guys for the suggestions. I'm at a loss on what to do, though...
> I've installed a brand new CentOS 6.5 in a VM, apache + PHP, got the
> latest 1.4.23-svn from the site, installed it and it is behaving the
> same way. It's a different URL, it's a different machine, I've also
> tried with Chrome browser, it's doing the same thing. I log in, and
> everywhere I click I get thrown out to the error "you must be logged in
> bla bla..."
>
> [root@m1test squirrelmail]# php -v
> PHP 5.4.25 (cli) (built: Feb  7 2014 09:45:42)
> Copyright (c) 1997-2014 The PHP Group
> Zend Engine v2.4.0, Copyright (c) 1998-2014 Zend Technologies
>
> This is from IUS repo.
>
> I've installed squirrelmail in /var/www/html/squirrelmail, with basic
> config, and remote dovecot IMAP (so I can log in), that part is working,
> I'm seeing my INBOX, just cannot click on anything.
> In php.ini I didn't tweak anything (only set the timezone).
>
> I did see some strange things in the cookies, see attached screenshots
> with every cookie. Why are there so many cookies, and why are they with
> expiration date 1970 (the ones with /src/ in the path) ? I've looked at
> the cookies for 1.4.22, and I have ONE with SQSESSID, and it doesn't
> mention /src/ anywhere.

Not sure why your attachments aren't coming through; you might just
link to an externally hosted file(s).

When you said the path you found to the SQSESSID cookie was "/", does
that match the URI of SquirrelMail on your server? (in regard to your
previous test installation)

The cookies dated in 1970 are from code that is intended to *remove*
any such cookies in case they exist in the browser.  Given that
expiration date, the browser should remove them; not sure why they are
being shown to you.

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"Tóth Attila"
Did you set a unique session ID for each install?
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2014.Március 2.(V) 08:30 időpontban Paul Lesniewski ezt írta:

> On Thu, Feb 27, 2014 at 3:57 AM, Imre Gergely <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>
>> On 02/26/2014 08:36 PM, Ted Hatfield wrote:
>>>> On 2014-02-20 10:55, Imre Gergely wrote:
>>>>> Hi
>>>>>
>>>>> I'm trying to install SquirrelMail 1.4.32-svn (210140217_0200 to be
>>>>> exact) on a CentOS 6.5 box, with PHP 5.4.24 (from IUS repo). The IMAP
>>>>> server is a local Dovecot server.
>>>>>
>>>>> The installing goes fine, the configtest.php shows that everything is
>>>>> OK. I manage to log in with username/password, left side folders,
>>>>> right
>>>>> side the INBOX with the messages. After this, no matter what I click
>>>>> on
>>>>> (be it another folder, or message, or 'check mail', or Options, I get
>>>>> thrown back to the login screen, which says: "ERROR. You must be
>>>>> logged
>>>>> in to access this page.", and "Go to the login page".
>>>>>
>>>>> So the initial login seems to work but after that is seems to forget
>>>>> that I'm logged in.
>>>>>
>>>>> I also have a squirrel 1.4.22 on this same box, installed under
>>>>> another
>>>>> virtualhost, which is working fine, using the same local Dovecot IMAP
>>>>> server, same PHP, same Apache.
>>>>> For this reason I've tried changing the $session_name variable in the
>>>>> 1.4.23-svn installation to something else. I've tried with two
>>>>> different
>>>>> browsers, one of them was clean (a.k.a no cache, no history, no
>>>>> nothing,
>>>>> fresh install). I'm not logged in with the same user twice. I don't
>>>>> see
>>>>> anything in the PHP/apache logs that would indicate what the problem
>>>>> is.
>>>>>
>>>>> Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
>>>>>
>>>>> --
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>>>>> http://havaz.net [1]
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>>>>>
>>>> On Wed, 26 Feb 2014, Imre Gergely wrote:
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Hi
>>>>
>>>> Nobody had/has this problem, only me?
>>>>
>>> I've never had this problem but my guess is that it is a cookie
>>> problem.
>>>
>>> Squirrelmail keeps track of it's users sessions via a cookie.
>>> Specifically
>>> the SQMSESSID.  If Squirrelmail can't verify the session id by querying
>>> the cookie then you will get pushed to the error.
>>>
>>> "You must be logged in to access this page."
>>>
>>> If you were using the same url to test between each different version I
>>> might see there being a conflict of some kind but I'm not knoweledgable
>>> enough to state that for certain.  That's just a guess on my part.
>>>
>>> I would make certain that you clear your cookies before accessing the
>>> new
>>> site or switching between sites.
>>>
>>> Make certain that your virtual hosts aren't using the same name/ip
>>> address
>>> as the cookie keys off the url name.
>>>
>>> I hope this helps.
>>>
>>
>> Thanks guys for the suggestions. I'm at a loss on what to do, though...
>> I've installed a brand new CentOS 6.5 in a VM, apache + PHP, got the
>> latest 1.4.23-svn from the site, installed it and it is behaving the
>> same way. It's a different URL, it's a different machine, I've also
>> tried with Chrome browser, it's doing the same thing. I log in, and
>> everywhere I click I get thrown out to the error "you must be logged in
>> bla bla..."
>>
>> [root@m1test squirrelmail]# php -v
>> PHP 5.4.25 (cli) (built: Feb  7 2014 09:45:42)
>> Copyright (c) 1997-2014 The PHP Group
>> Zend Engine v2.4.0, Copyright (c) 1998-2014 Zend Technologies
>>
>> This is from IUS repo.
>>
>> I've installed squirrelmail in /var/www/html/squirrelmail, with basic
>> config, and remote dovecot IMAP (so I can log in), that part is working,
>> I'm seeing my INBOX, just cannot click on anything.
>> In php.ini I didn't tweak anything (only set the timezone).
>>
>> I did see some strange things in the cookies, see attached screenshots
>> with every cookie. Why are there so many cookies, and why are they with
>> expiration date 1970 (the ones with /src/ in the path) ? I've looked at
>> the cookies for 1.4.22, and I have ONE with SQSESSID, and it doesn't
>> mention /src/ anywhere.
>
> Not sure why your attachments aren't coming through; you might just
> link to an externally hosted file(s).
>
> When you said the path you found to the SQSESSID cookie was "/", does
> that match the URI of SquirrelMail on your server? (in regard to your
> previous test installation)
>
> The cookies dated in 1970 are from code that is intended to *remove*
> any such cookies in case they exist in the browser.  Given that
> expiration date, the browser should remove them; not sure why they are
> being shown to you.
>
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On 03/02/2014 04:06 PM, "Tóth Attila" wrote:
> Did you set a unique session ID for each install?

Thank you guys for all the input, but...

As I've said. This is a brand new server, with only 1.4.23-svn on it.
It's a brand new browser, which has never seen Squirrelmail, ever.
Forget about 1.4.22. I'm just trying to get 1.4.23-svn working at this
point on CentOS 6.5, PHP 5.4 or PHP 5.5, and for some reason it doesn't
want to work for me.

What am I doing wrong? Can anybody try to install it and run it, even if
it's a test environment?

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dilznique

I'm experiencing this exact same behaviour.  I installed 1.4.23-svn and after I log in, all links are dead and redirect
back to the login page.  This is happening because when the right(message list) frame is drawn, at some point
during the exchange with the imap server, a request to http://mysquirrelmailserver/index.php is being initiated, seemingly
out of nowhere. index.php is basically just a redirect to login.php, which is then destroying the current, 'logged in' session.   I've confirmed this via tests and logs, but have yet to test enough to figure out where the rogue index.php request is coming from.

If you don't need to use 'index.php' as the default directory index, you can simply ignore the rogue request by disabling
your DirectoryIndex directive, ie, in apache, create a .htaccess file in your root squirrelmail web directory and add

DirectoryIndex disabled

to it.

That's really just sweeping it under the rug though, which I can't do at this time, so when i get some time, i'm going to try to figure out what's going wrong.  I'll post back when I do.

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Aditya Jain
Hi,

Could you please try to capture the headers being sent by the browser?
There are some plugis supporting this in firefox.

Log snippets from apache, SM, php, and  IMAP server together must point to some conclusion. I am using the exact same version with hiawatha
Without any problems.

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dilznique <[hidden email]> wrote:

>
>I'm experiencing this exact same behaviour.  I installed 1.4.23-svn and
>after I log in, all links are dead and redirect
>back to the login page.  This is happening because when the
>right(message
>list) frame is drawn, at some point
>during the exchange with the imap server, a request to
>http://mysquirrelmailserver/index.php is being initiated, seemingly
>out of nowhere. index.php is basically just a redirect to login.php,
>which
>is then destroying the current, 'logged in' session.   I've confirmed
>this
>via tests and logs, but have yet to test enough to figure out where the
>rogue index.php request is coming from.
>
>If you don't need to use 'index.php' as the default directory index,
>you can
>simply ignore the rogue request by disabling
>your DirectoryIndex directive, ie, in apache, create a .htaccess file
>in
>your root squirrelmail web directory and add
>
>DirectoryIndex disabled
>
>to it.
>
>That's really just sweeping it under the rug though, which I can't do
>at
>this time, so when i get some time, i'm going to try to figure out
>what's
>going wrong.  I'll post back when I do.
>
>thanks.
>
>
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On Thu, Mar 13, 2014 at 7:08 AM, dilznique <[hidden email]> wrote:

>
> I'm experiencing this exact same behaviour.  I installed 1.4.23-svn and
> after I log in, all links are dead and redirect
> back to the login page.  This is happening because when the right(message
> list) frame is drawn, at some point
> during the exchange with the imap server, a request to
> http://mysquirrelmailserver/index.php is being initiated, seemingly
> out of nowhere. index.php is basically just a redirect to login.php, which
> is then destroying the current, 'logged in' session.   I've confirmed this
> via tests and logs, but have yet to test enough to figure out where the
> rogue index.php request is coming from.

Good sleuthing.  The fix has been committed to the repository and will
be available in the next snapshot (within 24 hours), or you can find
the patch here:

http://sourceforge.net/p/squirrelmail/code/14444

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On 03/14/2014 06:21 AM, Paul Lesniewski wrote:

> On Thu, Mar 13, 2014 at 7:08 AM, dilznique <[hidden email]> wrote:
>> I'm experiencing this exact same behaviour.  I installed 1.4.23-svn and
>> after I log in, all links are dead and redirect
>> back to the login page.  This is happening because when the right(message
>> list) frame is drawn, at some point
>> during the exchange with the imap server, a request to
>> http://mysquirrelmailserver/index.php is being initiated, seemingly
>> out of nowhere. index.php is basically just a redirect to login.php, which
>> is then destroying the current, 'logged in' session.   I've confirmed this
>> via tests and logs, but have yet to test enough to figure out where the
>> rogue index.php request is coming from.
> Good sleuthing.  The fix has been committed to the repository and will
> be available in the next snapshot (within 24 hours), or you can find
> the patch here:
>
> http://sourceforge.net/p/squirrelmail/code/14444
>

I've tried the latest (squirrelmail-20140316_0200-SVN.stable.tar.gz) and
it's working like a charm. So it wasn't me after all, that's a relief, hehe.

Thank you all for the support!

--
Imre Gergely
http://havaz.net
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