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G-man 06 Oct 2005 03:50

tamarian,
After upgrading to 3.5 my vbouncer went dead and my emails started goign out with the plain [email protected] return addresses for some reason. I downloaded the updated files, but upon trying to install them the database was erroring out saying the table data was already there. Should I delete what is there and reinstall it?

tamarian 06 Oct 2005 04:05

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Originally Posted by G-man
tamarian,
After upgrading to 3.5 my vbouncer went dead and my emails started goign out with the plain [email protected] return addresses for some reason. I downloaded the updated files, but upon trying to install them the database was erroring out saying the table data was already there. Should I delete what is there and reinstall it?

Not sure why that would happen. But no need to delete, just run the installation script, and click uninstall, then run it agin to einstall. Write down any previous settings like the encryption phrase, and the email, etc. (and click install :) )

G-man 06 Oct 2005 04:08

Thanks for the quick reply. I just did that but the emails are still going out with the [email protected] as the return address. Strange...

tamarian 06 Oct 2005 04:12

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Originally Posted by G-man
Thanks for the quick reply. I just did that but the emails are still going out with the [email protected] as the return address. Strange...

Have you activated the plugins?

buro9 06 Oct 2005 12:49

Thanks very much, appears to be working great, and deprecates the need for me to run my PERL script to do it :) Lovely.

G-man 06 Oct 2005 16:26

New problem now. I got the return email addy to change by using the -f command in the control panel but now all the emails going out are sent with the webmaster email and not the vbouncer email. I think the hook fell out that engaged the vbouncer email. How can I get it back in?

G-man 06 Oct 2005 16:29

OMG it works!! I imported the plugin and it works.... Thanks

dutchbb 08 Oct 2005 17:46

Problems:

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Status:

No bounce collection method defined, exiting. Bounce collection failed, exiting.
What to do?

G-man 08 Oct 2005 18:01

I spoke too soon. When Cron runs vBouncer it errors out and I get:

Fatal error: Call to undefined function: imap_close() in /home/djchat/public_html/boards/includes/cron/vbouncer-collect.php on line 162

tamarian 08 Oct 2005 18:04

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Originally Posted by Triple_T
What to do?

You need to setup your vBouncer options in vBulletin Options -> vBouncer.

tamarian 08 Oct 2005 18:05

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Originally Posted by G-man
I spoke too soon. When Cron runs vBouncer it errors out and I get:

Fatal error: Call to undefined function: imap_close() in /home/djchat/public_html/boards/includes/cron/vbouncer-collect.php on line 162

This means your PHP does not have IMAP functions. You need to either recompile with IMAP support, or use the file spool method instead.

dutchbb 08 Oct 2005 18:08

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Originally Posted by tamarian
You need to setup your vBouncer options in vBulletin Options -> vBouncer.

Hm I did that. Maybe I forgot something. Some options I don't even understand so it wouldn't surprise me.

But there is no "collection method" option or something like that.

tamarian 08 Oct 2005 18:11

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Originally Posted by Triple_T
Hm I did that. Maybe I forgot something. Some options I don't even understand so it wouldn't surprise me.

But there is no "collection method" option or something like that.

Collection method mehod is either IMAP or a spool file. Make sure you check the diagnostics option in the vBouncer menu, to see if there are any errors.

dutchbb 08 Oct 2005 18:16

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Originally Posted by tamarian
Collection method mehod is either IMAP or a spool file. Make sure you check the diagnostics option in the vBouncer menu, to see if there are any errors.

Ok "IMAP/POP connection"

To be honest, I'm not sure what to fill in there.

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Here are a few examples, replace the domain name with your own:
For local IMAP: {localhost:143}INBOX
For local POP: {localhost:110/pop3}INBOX
For remote POP: {myisp.com:110/pop3}INBOX
{localhost:110/pop3}INBOX didnt work
do i need to change the numbers or something?
Sorry if these are dumb questions...

tamarian 08 Oct 2005 19:20

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Originally Posted by Triple_T
{localhost:110/pop3}INBOX didnt work
do i need to change the numbers or something?
Sorry if these are dumb questions...

These values are based on your email account setup. Think of them like any new account you setup for your server. Instead of local host, put the URL of the domain used for the email, and make sure you put the email username and password in the rest of the fields.


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