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Squirrelmail configuration problem

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My goal is to give my users a webmail capability with sendmail version 8.12.11.  I installed squirrelmail 1.4.0 as a noarch.rpm on my RHES, where I had previously installed php 4.3.2 and imap with apache 2.   Couldn't figure out how to find my imap version #, but rpm -qa imap shows imap-utils-2002d-11, php-imap-4.3.2-24.ent and imap-2002d-11

Before I describe the problem, here's more background info: I had also installed Gallery 1.5 under the doc root of one of my virtual domains.  Gallery uses php4 for users to view and upload photos to a website.  Gallery has its own config.php file and it's located in the same web-accessible folder, whose index page shows a list of my photo albums.    

I'm implementing the install guidelines for squirrelmail and when I run /usr/share/squirrelmail/config/, I get warning: the file "config/config.php" was found, but it is for an older version of SquirrelMail.  The warning goes on to recommend that I move the old file somewhere and start over.  I doubt that the config.php being loaded is from /etc/squirrelmail, since that's the current one that squirrelmail just installed.   I don't want to clear my Gallery config.php file, because it's needed to view and modify my photo album setup.  Even though I'm concerned that the program is installed in a web-accessible folder, I'm pretty sure I followed Gallery's install instructions correctly.

Let me know how to proceed on this thanks.
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