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IDProjectCategoryView StatusDate SubmittedLast Update
0004244SOGoWeb Preferencespublic2017-08-07 05:042017-08-09 08:03
Reporterckatterl 
Assigned To 
PrioritynormalSeverityminorReproducibilityalways
StatusnewResolutionopen 
PlatformLinuxOSDebian Linux 9OS Version9.0/Stretch
Product Version3.2.10 
Target VersionFixed in Version 
Summary0004244: Saving Preferences not working
DescriptionWhen trying to save preferences in the web-gui, i can find the following error in the log:

<0x0x561e04d12c30[SOGoSieveManager]> WARNING: Could not delete Sieve script - continuing...: {RawResponse = "{ok = 0; }"; result = 0; }

Then change is done in the current session, but after a new login to the web-gui, the changes are lost.
Steps To ReproduceLogin to web-gui, make changes in preferences.
Logout and login again - changes are lost.
Additional InformationCurrent Debian 9 with Sogo nightly.
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(0012152)
ckatterl (reporter)
2017-08-07 05:08

btw, I am using dovecot v. 2.2.27-3
User avatar (0012158)
Christian Mack (developer)
2017-08-09 07:14

> <0x0x561e04d12c30[SOGoSieveManager]> WARNING: Could not delete Sieve script - continuing...: {RawResponse = "{ok = 0; }"; result = 0; }

That is only a warning and is harmless.
You always get it when sieve is used without a prior sieve script.
It has nothing to do with your problem.

Please be sure you have the correct SOPE packages installed from inverse repo.
(0012161)
ckatterl (reporter)
2017-08-09 08:03

SOPE 4.9 is installed from the repository

- Issue History
Date Modified Username Field Change
2017-08-07 05:04 ckatterl New Issue
2017-08-07 05:08 ckatterl Note Added: 0012152
2017-08-09 07:14 Christian Mack Note Added: 0012158
2017-08-09 07:22 ckatterl Note Added: 0012159
2017-08-09 08:03 ckatterl Note Added: 0012161
2017-08-09 08:03 ckatterl Note Deleted: 0012159


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