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Lost webmail calendar/address book with 7.5.3

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by geofharries, Jun 1, 2005.

  1. geofharries

    geofharries Guest

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    We have a client who has been using the Horde webmail program to manage their email, address book and calendar.

    Since our upgrade to 7.5.3 last week, their address book and calendar seem to have been deleted, but all old email is still available. Now when they log into Horde, all they see are email messages, but no calendar or address book.

    Any solutions?

    Many thanks in advance

    geof
     
  2. wchatham

    wchatham Guest

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    I just noticed this too. I had many appointments set up in the Horde Calendar. Where is it?

    The release notes for 7.5.3 say that Kronolith Calendar is included for Horde, but I see it nowhere.
     
  3. wchatham

    wchatham Guest

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    Got it figured out. After I ran the 7.5.3 update, I looked in the Updates area in Plesk and noticed there were some Horde add-ins that were not installed. Once I installed them, the calendar came back and had all my stuff in it. Woohoo!
     
  4. geofharries

    geofharries Guest

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    Great! Thanks for your help - it works now.

    regards

    geof
     
  5. Barstow@

    Barstow@ Guest

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    Mine doesnt seem to want to come back for one of my users. I did the extras manually and with the plesk updater. neither will retrieve the users address book. I can see it in the sql database, but webmail doesnt pull his address book up. I'm still playing with different combinations to see if I can retrieve his data.. Any suggestions would be greatly appriciated.

    Barstow
     
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