[horde] Horde/Kronolith Email Reminders Random Behaviour
jan at horde.org
Sat May 2 10:38:58 UTC 2009
Zitat von Robert McAuley <rmcauley at ca.afilias.info>:
> Jan Schneider wrote:
>> Events in the agenda or in alarm notifications?
> In the daily agenda. Shared calendar events show up despite
> selecting "my calendars only."
If you are sure that you set this preference for agendas and not for
alarms only, then this is a bug.
>> Alarm notifications are also triggered by users using the Horde
>> interface. The purpose of the alarms.php script is to make sure
>> that alarms are also sent out if noone is using the interface.
>> My guess is that alarms.php doesn't work at all for you, and you
>> are only seeing notifications if someone is using the interface.
> That makes sense, and some quick testing confirms that this is
> definitely the case.
>> Set logging to debug and run the script.
> I just tested this - the resulting log file is gargantuan, but there
> are no errors (did a scan, plus "grep -v debug horde.log") and the
> script seems to complete its job with no errors. The final log line
> is that Horde is writing its session data.
> My alarms config is simply:
> $conf['alarms']['params']['driverconfig'] = 'horde';
> $conf['alarms']['params']['ttl'] = 60;
> $conf['alarms']['driver'] = 'sql';
> Is there anything else I can tell you that might help trace this
> down? I'm thinking this might be some sort of configuration error
> on my part, but don't see how it can be. (my Linux server has a
> single php.ini for both CGI and CLI, they are not separated)
Did you specify an administrator in the Horde configuration?
Do you need professional PHP or Horde consulting?
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