[horde] Error after upgrading from RC2 to FINAL

Louis-Philippe Allard lp.allard.1 at gmail.com
Sat Apr 9 16:02:27 UTC 2011

Mmm I seems to get stuck on this active sync thing...

Horde resides in /var/www/htdocs/horde4/

Horde is configured as this:

ActiveSync: enabled
State Storage Settings:   horde_activesync_device
Name of table to hold device information:      horde_activesync_state
Name of table to hold state data:     horde_activesync_map
Name of table to hold mapping data for device-sent changes:

In /etc/httpd/httpd.conf I put:
Alias /Microsoft-Server-ActiveSync /var/www/htdocs/horde4/rpc.php

The mod_ssl module was commented out and I LEFT commented.

On the iPhone, I created a new account, selected Microsoft Exchange
and configured as this:

email: lp.allard.1 at gmail.com (btw its also my username in Horde)
Domain: left blank
Username: my horde username (my email)
Password: my horde password

Click Next

I am presented with a new field to fill out, called the server.  I
entered the address of my horde server. From my machines on my local
network, I can access Horde using


SO I entered


in my iPhone and Clicked Next.  The iPhone said: "Exchange Account -
Unable to Verify account information"

Then I ignored this error, clicked Next and came back in the config to
disable the SSL option.  I get the same error....

Obviously I am missing something...

Any idea would be appreciated!!!

On Sat, Apr 9, 2011 at 11:37 AM, Chuck Hagenbuch <chuck at horde.org> wrote:
> Quoting Louis-Philippe Allard <lp.allard.1 at gmail.com>:
>> I'm not very good with Apache, just beginning...  I figured you're
>> right.  I forgot to add a redirect as per the wikipage:
>> "Next, you will need to configure your webserver to redirect the URL
>> /Microsoft-Server-ActiveSync to your horde/rpc.php file. How you do
>> this depends on your webserver and it's configuration. For Apache,
>> something like:
>> Alias /Microsoft-Server-ActiveSync /var/www/horde/rpc.php"
>> I am using Apache but unsure where to add this redirect.  In
>> httpd.conf?  If so, where in this file?
> Yes, httpd.conf will work. If you have multiple virtual hosts defined, then
> put it inside the vhost that Horde is on. Otherwise, anywhere in the file
> should work.
> -chuck
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