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Unable to allow short mail names Bug

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by san olaf, Mar 3, 2005.

  1. san olaf

    san olaf Guest

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    The Java Script:
    function allow_short_pop3_names_check(f)
    {
    if (true && f.allow_short_pop3_names[0].checked) {
    alert ("Unable to allow the use of short mail names for POP3/IMAP accounts. There are mail names matching the encrypted passwords.");
    f.allow_short_pop3_names[1].checked = true;
    return false;
    }

    return true;
    }
    unables to set short mail names. It's fine to check, if there are names matching with passwords, but after a migration it tookes me 4 hours to find the cell allow_short_pop3_names in the misc row in the psa database to enable short names manualy, because i couldn't force Plesk to do so. Please consider in future updates to be less restrictive: a warning would be enough i think.:mad:
     
  2. bwlinux

    bwlinux Guest

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    Thanks for this post.

    I fell into this problem by accident. I wanted to change my message size limit and when I hit the error you posted I stopped.

    While filling out a support request I accidentally click OK and switched it to needing the full names.

    Interestingly enough, ./mailmng --set-accounts-format --format="both" doesn't work worth a flip either. You can use mailmng to increase the message limit size however.

    Thanks again, now I can get some sleep...
     
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