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Woody

Member Since 08 Mar 2013
Offline Last Active Apr 09 2013 02:37 AM
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In Topic: Using Multiple Email Addresses with Email Archiving

01 April 2013 - 12:10 PM

Thanks Laura. I think I may put a feature request in. Most users have two email addresses servicing sales for different websites. I have three. This feature comes as standard on some other systems that I won't name here and it would be cool to have.


In Topic: Setting up Email Archiving on Windows Azure-based Zurmo

18 March 2013 - 06:09 AM

Thanks all for the advice and help. Unfortunately nothing would get my zurmoc cronjobs to work. In the end a friend of a friend wrote a simple shell script that ran the EmailArchiving command, then we entered the shell script into the crontab. Working fine now.

 

If anyone has any ideas on a more elegant method I would be all ears.

 

Cheers!


In Topic: Setting up Email Archiving on Windows Azure-based Zurmo

14 March 2013 - 04:25 PM

The path shown by $echo PATH was rather long, as follows:

 

 

/opt/bitnami/rvm/bin:/opt/bitnami/memcached/bin:/opt/bitnami/varnish/bin:/opt/bitnami/redis/bin:/opt/bitnami/nodejs/bin:/opt/bitnami/mercurial/bin:/opt/bitnami/perl/bin:/opt/bitnami/git/bin:/opt/bitnami/nginx/sbin:/opt/bitnami/frameworks/laravel/app/Console:/opt/bitnami/frameworks/cakephp/app/Console:/opt/bitnami/frameworks/codeigniter/bin:/opt/bitnami/frameworks/symfony/bin:/opt/bitnami/frameworks/zendframework/app/Console:/opt/bitnami/sphinx/bin:/opt/bitnami/sqlite/bin:/opt/bitnami/apps/django/bin:/opt/bitnami/php/bin::/opt/bitnami/java/bin:/opt/bitnami/mysql/bin:/opt/bitnami/postgresql/bin:/opt/bitnami/apache2/bin:/opt/bitnami/python/bin:/opt/bitnami/subversion/bin:/opt/bitnami/ruby/bin:/opt/bitnami/common/bin:/usr/local/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/bin:/sbin:/bin:/usr/games

 

So I added that to the end of PATH specified in the crontab.

 

But still no action on Zurmo. Nor is there any notable activity in sys. Looking at the top reason for crontabs not running is the environment issue, so guessing we may be on the right track...


In Topic: Setting up Email Archiving on Windows Azure-based Zurmo

14 March 2013 - 12:16 PM

Pedro, you're a legend, the instructions are very easy to follow. I'll be a programmer in no time.

 

Unfortunately my php seems to have left my server. Any idea on how to get it back?

 

Running the whereis php command returns this - 'php:                     '

 

See my attached image.

 

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Seen as I haven't messed around with any of the settings other than that mentioned here, do you think that this is an issue with the Bitnami installation or the EC2 server instance itself? And sorry if this had turned a little off-topic and more into a troubleshooting session.


In Topic: Setting up Email Archiving on Windows Azure-based Zurmo

14 March 2013 - 01:21 AM

Thanks again Pedro. I added the root user to both commands, and restarted the crontab 'sudo restart cron', but still no activity. I also tried users 'bitnami' and 'woody' (restarting cron after both) and neither of them worked neither.

 

Are there any other diagnostics I can use to find out why on earth my crontab is not running?

 

Cheers