[horde] [SPAM] - Re: Migrating to a new Horde install - Bayesian Filter detected spam
jan at horde.org
Wed Mar 30 16:36:15 UTC 2011
Zitat von Simon Brereton <simon.brereton at dada.net>:
> -----Original Message-----
>> From: horde-bounces at lists.horde.org [mailto:horde-
>> bounces at lists.horde.org] On Behalf Of Jan Schneider
>> Zitat von Simon Brereton <simon.brereton at dada.net>:
>> >> From: horde-bounces at lists.horde.org [mailto:horde-
>> >> bounces at lists.horde.org] On Behalf Of Jan Schneider Zitat von
>> >> Brereton <simon.brereton at dada.net>:
>> >> > So, after some success at getting installed, I'm stuck with the
>> >> most
>> >> > obvious question. No one else has asked it, so it's probably
>> >> stupid
>> >> > or lazy..
>> >> >
>> >> > When Horde4.0 is finally released, many people will be upgrading
>> >> from
>> >> > a legacy installation. Which brings its own challenges, to be
>> >> > sure. However, I will be setting Horde4.0 on a completely new
>> >> > Given that there about 732 tabs worth of options to wade through
>> >> and
>> >> > configure, is there some way to get an easy synopsis of all the
>> >> > configuration parameters?
>> >> Like the descriptions that come with each setting in the
>> >> You have two options: either you use Horde because of it's
>> >> flexibility, one sign for that are "732" tabs of configuration. Or
>> >> you hope the best that we picked sane defaults for each setting
>> >> did).
>> >> But please don't come back then to ask each time if this or that
>> >> feature would possible, until you've really gone through all
>> >> configuration options.
>> > This may come as a shock - but I use Horde for both reasons. And
>> > on the whole your defaults are very sane. However, I know I
>> changed a
>> > few - and it would be nice to know, or easily find which few, so I
>> > work out if the change was sane, and whether to keep it like that.
>> Are you saying that you changed some settings but don't remember
>> which, and you are now asking for some tool to find that out for you?
> I'd rather you didn't phrase it like that - but essentially yes.
> I'm also assuming that a few options have (inevitably with total
> code refactoring like this) been added/removed/moved and I'd like to
> avoid doing a tab by tab comparison if possible..
I thought you were kidding.
> Perhaps I'm missing something simple though..
If you talk about upgrading, yes. If you save a configuration (and the
configuration isn't saved immediately due to file permissions), you
get a link to review a diff between the old and new configuration
file. And of course you can make manual diffs between your old and
your new installation. At least for conf.php, the configuration format
didn't change from H3.
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