My Customers and I have Problems connecting to IMAP-Server. By moving through IMAP Folders I get the Massage "Unable to connect to your IMAP server. You may have exceeded the maximum number of connections to this server"
I know this Article: [URL] ... and all the other related to this issue.
I would like to know what is the maximum number of Apache connections a Server can handle? Does this depends on the Config of the Server? Is it Possible for a server to handle more than 2500 Active Apache connections without timeout / connection failure / slowness?
why, or when this happened, but all of a sudden the PHP Memory Limit for all of my domains is 64M? I used to have it set to 128. How to change this setting so that all domains have the ability to go to 128M ?
I'm having trouble with horde it is giving me the following error:
Auth_imap: Required IMAP extension not found.
Now I pretty much know why that error is coming up I'm missing the IMAP module. What I don't understand is if it was their before why is it gone now. The last thing I did on the server was upgrade Perl.
I would like to get rid of this error but I'm afraid the only solutions will wipe my current setup. If of course their is a way to fix this error without ruining my current setup that would be a lot more useful
The main thing I want to do is retrieve an address book from the horde server. How would I go about finding where the address book is stored through the command line.
I am trying to increase the PHP memory limit for all Plesk hosted sites.
I've updated the 'memory_limit' setting in /etc/php.ini
Then I ran
Code: /usr/local/psa/admin/sbin/httpdmng --reconfigure-all /usr/local/psa/admin/sbin/httpdmng --reconfigure-server Checking a phpinfo() page on hosted sites I see that this setting has not been effective.
Checking some /var/www/vhosts/system/domain.com/etc/php.ini also shows the old setting, and I can see that these files have not been updated.
I note that all these domain php.ini files have been modified earlier today, all at the same time, so presumably some process did regenerate them earlier. All these files hae the "DO NOT MODIFY ..." heading
I realise that I can go the the domain in Plesk GUI and save the PHP settings to force an update, but is there anyway to force the regeneration of all of these files via CLI?
I'm running Plesk 12. I install it today, using the ISO which parallels provides, which includes centos 6.5 and preinstalled Plesk 12 in my vps. Then I logged in plesk, and I did everything it wants. Then I upgraded my php, to php 5.4.36 according to the manual that Paralells provides, and then I tried to increase the max upload file size for phpmyadmin. I have edited my /usr/local/psa/admin/conf/php.ini file and tried to restart using with 3 different ways using terminal:
1st: service sw-cp-server restart 2st: /etc/init.d/psa stop /etc/init.d/psa start 3st: reboot (which rebooted all the vps)
My php.ini file is:
short_open_tag = On y2k_compliance = Off output_buffering = Off max_execution_time = 600 max_input_time = 600 memory_limit = 256M max_file_uploads = 99999 max_input_vars = 2000
However, when I'm trying to import a 31mb sql file, I always get that error, and only some of my tables are being imported:
#1153 - Got a packet bigger than 'max_allowed_packet' bytes
I purchased an ssl certificate and installed it in plesk via server->ssl certificates. I then followed the following guide to set up imap and pop to use my cert (instead of using the default i used my cert into) URL... Now I'm getting an issue with sending emails, something about SSLHandshakeException, and some clients can't even log in. MTs support mentioned this might have something to do with POODLE.
We are using Plesk 11.5 servers with CentOS 6 and Courier-IMAP 4.12. Customers are experiencing several problems when using their IMAP mailbox in Outlook 2013:
Sending mail over SSL (port 465) will fail if SSL certificate does not match the mail.domain.tld setting. Resolution is provided by [URL] ....
IMAP folders (including INBOX) are not listed. Resolution is provided by [URL] ....
Sent items are not stored (nor online, nor offline). TechNet says that SENT and DELETED folders are no longer configurable by design. The only way to get sent items in a folder is by setting up a custom rule and using Visual Basic (!) to mark the messages as read.
My server is Plesk 12 with Postfix and Courier IMAP i am also using Thunderbird as mail client...
My question is when i create a folder from my mail client or webmail they just appear as sub folders of my inbox which is not what i want, i want root level folders not to be under inbox... When i searched for this i found [URL] ....
Is this still the case? Is there anything i can do to have root level folders?