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PHP Fatal error:  Call to undefined function printError() in /var/www/html/mailgate/mailGate.php on line 87

anyone know what this means and how to fix it
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I'll make this a little easier for everyone else:

     77 /* *********** Setup *********** */
     78 $chdir = dirname(__FILE__);
     79 chdir("$chdir");
     80
     81 $server_settings_path = "../configuration/server_settings.php";
     82 $website_settings_path = "../configuration/website_settings.php";
     83
     84 if (file_exists($server_settings_path)) {
     85     $ooz_server_settings = parse_ini_file($server_settings_path);
     86 } else {
     87     printError("The server_settings.php file was not found !");
     88     exit;
     89 }


The problem is the method that you are using to call this script. Are you doing it via POP (cron) or via the sendmail process?
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I suspect that you are using the sendmail forwarding process?

Muxh easier to have a seperate POP3 account configured for this. Then configure:

http://192.168.1.100/ooz/admin/control.php?t=settings

for POP3 settings.

You then need to add a crontab:
------8X---------------
0,10,20,30,40,50 * * * * /var/www/html/mailgate/mailGate.php
------8X---------------

This will then check every 10 minutes for any emails, and automatically download and process them.

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You can "|" it directly via senmail aliases, but there are so many potential configuration issues, that I definitely consider the above to be the simplest for you.

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by:arahming
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Dude i just went ahead and rebuilt the box was going to finish at girls house but it keeps turning black say out of frequency
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>keeps turning black say out of frequency

This means that you /etc/X11/xorg.conf or XF86Config file is incorrectly configured.

Run in single or console mode:

/usr/X11R6/bin/xf86config

and answer the Qs - Err on the 'conservative side'. Once you have a working X, then you can use the graphical tools availavle.

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http://www.linuxmigration.com/quickref/window/config.html

may help you.

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