[horde] lower/uppercase problems
fabio.pedretti at ing.unibs.it
Tue Apr 4 06:58:30 PDT 2006
thanks, I fixed the problem using the hook.
However seems that if I don't use this hook, horde is not enterely
case-insensitive: turba works (I can see my contact) with either lower, upper
or mixed case, while with kronolith I have some problem:
>> Instead, I can create New Event in the calendar only if I am logged in with
>> the lower-case, otherwise I get an error that I don't have enough
>> permission to create the event. If I create the event, with the lower-case
>> login, when I log in with upper-case I can see the event in the calendar
>> view, but I can't view, edit or delete the event.
Is it a horde bug?
Alle 23:00, venerdì 31 marzo 2006, Eric Jon Rostetter ha scritto:
> Quoting Fabio Pedretti <fabio.pedretti at ing.unibs.it>:
> > Hi,
> > I am using horde 3.1.1, imp 4.1, turba 2.1 and kronolith 2.1. I am using
> > imp authentication with an IMAP backend, and MySQL for the prefs.
> Sounds great!
> > I have some problems with the login name: I can login into horde either
> > with lower-case or upper-case or mixed-case in horde and imp works fine.
> You have a broken IMAP server. It shouldn't accept different cased names
> as being the same, but is.
> > However, in imp and turba I see that the prefs are saved with the
> > exact login
> Yes, of course.
> > So the point is: shouldn't horde save the user-name in MySQL always with
> > lowercase
> > even if I login with upper or mixed case, since the user is the
> > same (at least when using IMAP authentication which do not differentiates
> > beetween lower or upper case)? Is this a bug or I have misconfigured
> > something?
> You have a broken IMAP server. Use a Horde hook to convert the username
> to be always the same case at login, and the problem will go away (for
> new logins and newly created data at least).
> This has been addressed over and over again on the lists, and should be
> rather easy to find in the archives.
> > Thanks,
> > Fabio
> Eric Rostetter
> The Department of Physics
> The University of Texas at Austin
> Go Longhorns!
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