Recommended update for imapweb32
(Last modified: 14FEB2003)
solutions Recommended update for imapweb32 SuSE Linux Maintenance Web (5041b203e7f16ce3e1b408d72112b90c)
- unsubscribing folders without right to access is now possible
- bugfix for the mailstatistic frontend
- users can now have a group as secondary and primary group
- fix for the function which checks whether spamfiltering is active which is now able to detect spamfiltering when having the configuration described at http://sdb.suse.de/en/sdb/html/rsimai_slox_amavis.html
- some minor SLEMS3 to SLOX migration bugfixes
- improved imap acl description
- added scripts to migrate to the ldbm backend of OpenLDAP
Some users reported database corruption problems with OpenLDAP. If you experience such problems, a possible workaround is to switch the database backend, that OpenLDAP is using from "bdb" to "ldbm". The script
/usr/share/doc/packages/imapweb32/tools/bdb2ldbm.shcan do this for you. Just execute it and it will take all necessary actions for you. If you want to do the migration by hand, just follow this short description.
- Shut down the LDAP server:
rcldap stop killall -9 slapd
- Run db_recover (this step is only necessary, if your database is actually corrupted):
db_recover -h /var/lib/ldap
- Dump the LDAP database to a text file:
slapcat > /root/ldap_dump.ldif
- Clean up the backend directory (instead of just removing the files, you might want to move them to another directory)
rm /var/lib/ldap/*.bdb rm /var/lib/ldap/log.* rm /var/lib/ldap/__db.*
/etc/openldap/slapd.confPut a comment sign in front of the line:
#checkpoint 3000 10and change the following line:
- Reload the data to the LDAP server:
slapadd -v -l /root/ldap_dump.ldif
- Start the LDAP server and check if it is running:
rcldap start ldapsearch -x
rpm -Uvh imapweb32.rpm
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