System is running CentOS 5.x, mod_ruid2.
Php safe_mode is Off for both the domain name and the server hostname.
All files and Directories in the squirrelmail path are chowned webapps:webapps.
when user tries to login using an insecure URL:
he gets an error:
Error opening ./data/default_pref
Default preference file not found or not readable!
Please contact your system administrator and report this error.
He’s able to successfully log in successfully insecurely this way:
and securely these ways:
We’d prefer to give out a machine independent URL that doesn’t change if we move the user to another machine, and that doesn’t return a Cert error. So we’d prefer to give the client a choice of an insecure or secure login at his own domain name.
I’ve already tried running the set_permissions script for email.
Has anyone had this problem? Any ideas on how to fix it?
(Note that roundcube works properly, but many of our clients have already set up squirrelmail, so we’d like to give them the option to continue using it.)