[horde] weather.com, imap folders and freebsd

Carlos Romualdo cromualdo at hotmail.com
Tue Jan 3 17:47:16 PST 2006

Hi again,

Sorry for not saying anything more but after many atempts, the server kept 
on refusing to put weatherdotcom to work. :( I checked and rechecked all 
pear and php settings, patched the php like I was told to and everything 
seemed to be correctly done, although the error kept on popping into the log 
and the weatherdotcom block was broken.

Actually, this week there was a major reorganisation of the PEAR port 
package and I was hoping that reinstalling everything from scratch would 
solve this issue, so I put my hands into it, but it didn't happen. :P Even 
worse, after upgrading through freebsd ports from 3.0.7 to 3.0.9, my imap 
folders do not appear anymore. I've checked the user's dir and the custom 
folders previoulsy created are still there, but they don't show up on imp.

I went to the folders manager on imp and I could create new folders, 
subscribe and delete them, but not a trace of the old ones. After creating a 
new imap folder, I checked the mai dir through ssh and these new folders are 
created in same dir the others are, proving this, is the fact that if I try 
to create a folder that already exists, an error comes up warning me about 
the existence of that folder and preventing its creation.

All previous mail is stored in custom folders and many users can't access it 
through imp. I used outlook to access through imap and it has complete 
access to these "lost" email folders. Is there something I can check?

Thanks in advance,


>From: "Kevin M. Myer" <kevin_myer at iu13.org>
>To: Carlos Romualdo <cromualdo at hotmail.com>
>CC: horde at lists.horde.org
>Subject: Re: [horde] weather.com and freebsd
>Date: Sat, 26 Nov 2005 14:43:48 -0500
>Quoting Carlos Romualdo <cromualdo at hotmail.com>:
>>If the PEAR package was uncorrectly installed wouldn't there be a few more 
>>blocks or something else broken? It's strange that only this particular 
>>block is having problems...
>>Anymore sugestions?
>One other PEAR package to check - XML_Serializer.  The Services_Weather 
>module has some "silent" dependencies, which should all be caught in the 
>latest development release of the module.  Checks for some of those 
>depenencies are working their way back into the release versions.  If you 
>have XML_Serializer installed, then I'm not sure what the problem is, since 
>it looks you've got all your bases covered.
>Kevin M. Myer
>Senior Systems Administrator
>Lancaster-Lebanon Intermediate Unit 13  http://www.iu13.org

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