[horde] session problem
jason at freemotion.bb
jason at freemotion.bb
Wed Feb 18 14:25:01 PST 2004
ok i set that to false but now the session time that people are getting is
kinda short!! i have increased the session time out to ... welll...... a lot,
and tryed it at 0 also, this dos not seem to make a differance when you are in
imp, it says leave it at 0 for no time out or untill the browser is closed.
this is not happening because i still get loged out on long periods of
Other wise many many thanks to every one for this application sweete, :)
it is the best i have seen so far and the most flexable...
Quoting Michael M Slusarz <slusarz at bigworm.colorado.edu>:
> Quoting jason at freemotion.bb:
>> i think i am getting a session problem.
>> i am running horde as webmail for my ISP the versions are ;-
>> Forwards: 3.0-cvs
>> Gollem: 1.0-cvs (run Gollem tests)
>> Horde: 3.0-cvs
>> Imp: 4.0-cvs (run Imp tests)
>> Ingo: 1.0-cvs (run Ingo tests)
>> Kronolith: 2.0-cvs
>> Mnemo: 2.0-cvs
>> Nag: 2.0-cvs
>> Passwd: 3.0-cvs
>> Sam: 0.1-cvs
>> Trean: 0.1-cvs
>> Turba: 2.0-cvs (run Turba tests)
>> Vacation: 3.0-cvs
>> every thing is running fine but with one problem, somtimes users are
>> getting a
>> problem where they get thrown out and told to login again because there ip
>> address has changed since they loged in, and it will normally come up with a
>> nother username in the username box.
> From config/conf.php:
> // Should we use always store and validate the IP address of the client (as
> // seen by the web server) in the session? Doing so will help increase
> // security by ensuring that an attacker from another host can not try to
> // hijack the session. Either true or false.
> $conf['auth']['checkip'] = true;
> It seems your clients are using computers that have IP addresses that are
> changing during the session, so you should try setting this to false.
> Michael Slusarz [slusarz at bigworm.colorado.edu]
> The University of Colorado at Boulder
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