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Looks like php session is not correctly setup chmod a+t+w /var/lib/php5 chmod go-r /var/lib/php5 Check php_session in php.ini session.save_path="/tmp/php_session/" chown -R :daemon /tmp/php_session chmod -R g+wr /tmp/php_session Finally restart apache sever service apache2 restart


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The different meaning of tls:// and ssl:// in $config['default_host'] is unfortunately not documented. tls:// means usage of STARTTLS, thus usually port 143 ssl:// means usage of TLS, thus usually port 993 The same is valid for $config['smtp_server'] and ports 25 and 587 for tls://, ports 465 for ssl://. Can't give any source for this information, as I ...


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More than likely something is wrong with your database connector string. Check in your Roundcube installation directory. Inside your config directory you should have a config.inc.php file. Within this check your database connection string: $config['db_dsnw'] For example, with MySQL this could be: $config['db_dsnw'] = ...


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There is a security flaw because you are using a privileged account (sudo account) to perform a task a normal user (without being privileged) would normally perform. I would add a simple system account and use it to authenticate against roundcube to reach my emails. Furthermore, I don't believe you needa system account for this. There must be another way ...


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It's fine to use PAM for authentication, but separate the user accounts for the administrative access and applications on user-level like mail. You have to either separate the user database and authentication of dovecot and postfix from PAM, the system one's, or you have to create another system account you use for administration via SSH and not for mail. ...


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You don't appear to have attempted to send anything to the user (which would reasonably cause the mail server to create the mailbox). I would suggest you mail that user something first. eg. mail -s test_1 bbrown <<< this_is_a_test


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imapd expects the mail folder to exist mkdir -p ~bbrown/Maildir/{cur,new,tmp} chown -R bbrown:bbrown ~bbrown/Maildir



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