Re: The latest version of Squirrelmail 1.5.2 will only connect to MySQL-databases if I not change the default table names

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On 2019/08/10 14:50, Anders Boholdt-Petersen wrote:
> Hi everyone
> Today I have installed the latest developer version of Squirrelmail 1.5.2
> [SVN) from the Squirrelmail website.
> In connection with some tests, I installed Squirrelmail on two different
> subdomains on my webhost remotely via FTP. One where Squirrelmail store
> information about users etc. in folders on the webhost itself, and another
> where Squirrelmail store the same information on an MySQL-database. The
> first setup working fine.
> When I try to setup the database-information in Squirrelmail (via the
>, I also try to change the default name on the database
> table. For example I will install user preferences in a table with the name
> newuserprefs instead of the default name, userprefs.
> Whatever I try, Squirrelmail will not create the tables.

SquirrelMail does not create database tables for you. You are
responsible for doing that and the configuration lets you adapt the
table and column names as necessary to your environment.

Paul Lesniewski
SquirrelMail Team
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