[RCU] This problem has been affecting me

Jeff Grossman jeff at stikman.com
Sun May 6 07:38:13 CEST 2012


I know this is going to fix your problem, but why are you trying to
get Roundcube to use Gmail?  Why not just use Gmail's web interface?

Jeff

On Sat, 05 May 2012 23:37:23 -0400, Charles Carver wrote:

>I originally had "Problem connecting to Gmail's IMAP server?" but I copied and pasted the body into the header (by accident, I don't know what I was doing...) and completely forgot to change it back.
>
>Also, since this is my first time using a mailing list, I'm not sure how to reply to emails. I just sent one with this exact text (minus these few sentences) with the "Re:" before the "[RCU]" and never got an email saying it was posted, so I'm sending this one with the re after.
>> DO NOT WRITE YOU WHOLE MESSAGE IN THE SUBJECT
>> AND USE A MEANINGFUL SUBJECT
>> 
>> Am 06.05.2012 05:08, schrieb Charles Carver:
>> > This problem has been affecting me since I installed roundcube, I can't get Gmail's IMAP settings to work with it.
>> > 
>> > The SMTP settings work fine:
>> > 
>> > Server: ssl://smtp.gmail.com (http://smtp.gmail.com)
>> > Port: 465
>> > User: ****
>> > Password: ****
>> > Trying to send email...
>> > SMTP send: OK
>> > 
>> > But when I try to use Gmail's IMAP settings, I get the following error:
>> > 
>> > Connecting to ssl://imap.gmail.com (http://imap.gmail.com)...
>> > IMAP connect: NOT OK(Login failed for **** from 74.110.63.15. Could not connect to ssl://imap.gmail.com:993 (http://imap.gmail.com:993):
>> > Connection timed out)
>> > 
>> > I've tried multiple things, including contacting my server to see if the port was blocked (it wasn't), but nothing
>> > is working.
>> > 
>> > I can't figure out the problem and there are no posts on the forum with a solution.
>> 
>> looks not like a roundcube-problem
>> connection timeout
>> 
>> however, you should post you configuration if you need help!
>> 
>> what says "telnet imap.gmail.com (http://imap.gmail.com) 993" from your roundcube-server?
>> have you tried "tls" instead "ssl"?
>> 
>
>$rcmail_config['default_host'] = 'ssl://imap.gmail.com (http://imap.gmail.com)';
>$rcmail_config['default_port'] = 993;
>$rcmail_config['imap_auth_type'] = '';
>$rcmail_config['imap_delimiter'] = null;
>$rcmail_config['imap_ns_personal'] = null;
>$rcmail_config['imap_ns_other']    = null;
>$rcmail_config['imap_ns_shared']   = null;
>$rcmail_config['imap_force_caps'] = false;
>$rcmail_config['imap_force_lsub'] = false;
>$rcmail_config['imap_timeout'] = 0;
>$rcmail_config['imap_auth_cid'] = null;
>$rcmail_config['imap_auth_pw'] = null;
>$rcmail_config['imap_cache'] = null;
>$rcmail_config['messages_cache'] = false;
>
>
>That's my config for the IMAP section.
>
>Are you suggesting I try this:
>
>$rcmail_config['default_host'] = 'tls://imap.gmail.com (http://imap.gmail.com)';
>
>?



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