[horde] Error after upgrading from RC2 to FINAL
lp.allard.1 at gmail.com
Sat Apr 9 16:57:01 UTC 2011
Hey Michael, thanks for your feedback!
1-I am not using virtualhosts (As far as I can tell, like I said, Im
not an expert in apache)... I added the Alias line at the very end of
the /etc/httpd.conf file
I tried to access the Microsoft-Server-ActiveSync by typing
"http://$SERVERIP/Microsoft-Server-ActiveSync" and I got:
You don't have permission to access /Microsoft-Server-ActiveSync on this server.
Good or bad sign?
2-Apache was reloaded (restarted) after the changes. I used
3-The iphone is using wifi since I am home. Normally, I will seek to
sync only when I come back home. I dont really need sync while
outside of my place since I can use the iphone as my groupware, and
sync when I come back home to my horde server...
I cant really see anything out of the ordinary on the horde logs....
On Sat, Apr 9, 2011 at 12:28 PM, Michael Rubinsky <mrubinsk at horde.org> wrote:
> Quoting Louis-Philippe Allard <lp.allard.1 at gmail.com>:
> Things to consider:
> (1) Make sure the Alias rule is in the correct place in httpd.conf, taking
> into account virtual hosts etc... you can verify the alias works by going
> directly to the Microsoft-Server-ActiveSync address in the browser. You
> should get an error message about accessing the activesync url directly in a
> (2) Make sure Apache was reloaded/restarted after making the change.
> (3) Is the iPhone using wifi or it's 3G connection? You are using the server
> IP, if this is a private IP, it will only work if using WiFi.
> If none of the above tips help, check the horde logs for errors. If nothing
> interesting in the horde log then we will need you to enable activesync
> logging (see the wiki page), obtain the log along with a wireshark trace of
> the network conversation between device and server and post back to us.
>> 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,
>>> put it inside the vhost that Horde is on. Otherwise, anywhere in the file
>>> should work.
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