Are the Nextcloud Contacts (or any other CardDav contacts) not yet available ?
As I said, we are using sqlite (witch doesn’t need password).
If you want to install SnappyMail with a database, you need to install it from mentioned branch
sudo yunohost app install https://github.com/YunoHost-Apps/snappymail_ynh/tree/mysql.
Database credentials are sent to admin e-mail. you will need to applie those in the
application.ini config file in the
[contacts] section and also in the admin panel
mysql branch is not well tested.
I don’t especially want a branch with a database. The branch that is provided by default with Yunohost is fine for me. I was digging into parameters to see if anything could solve my problem. It looks like those parameters won’t solve my problem.
Originally I was trying to figure out if I could configure contacts with CardDAV like I previously had with Rainloop. Which seems not to be available yet.
the configuration is in the settings of your account. Once configured you have access to your nextcloud contacts
I don’t have this menu:
Please try to reboot your server.
Clear your browser cache.
Relog on your snappymail user account.
On my case, it has not appear after setting it up, but after this precedure (not sure if everything is needed, but it’s always better to test )
Petit souci “L’authentification a échoué” ici : Snappymail - "L'authentification a échoué", envois mail impossible
Suite à la restauration d’une sauvegarde sur installation propre RPiOS + yuno, Snappymail m’affiche :
 The following PHP extensions are not available in your PHP configuration! dom
cf fil dédié.
Des propositions de pistes à creuser ?
Ce matin suite à la dernière mise à jour de snappymail, j’ai ceci dans mon navigateur web :
 Your PHP version is 32bit, 64bit is required!
C’est assez fâcheux !
Si quelqu’un a une idée lumineuse, je lui en serais grandement reconnaissant !
Since the last version there is a check to see if PHP is running on 64-bit:
Check PHP_INT_SIZE if SnappyMail runs on 64bit
You can check if your PHP is running in 64 or 32-bit with this command.
php -r "echo (PHP_INT_SIZE == 4 ? '32 bit' : '64 bit').PHP_EOL;" && php -i | grep Thread
I don’t know how to upgrade PHP from 32 to 64 bit, but if you want help, you need to provide more details about your server configuration.
Thank you for your answer ! My whole system is 32 bit… I used the backup restore tool and it works again.
i use it on a raspberry pi 3 … only 32bits …
is there a way to keep it up to date ? or i’ll need to change the pi itself ?
after a little search, i think the only option is to make a full save of the system and reinstall it on 64bit version … will try next time
With the last Snappymail version you should be able to install to a 32bit arch again.
tried today, can’t update, yuno says that update can only be done on x64 systems …
that is because the fix is still in testing… will be merged soon
keep us up to date ! ty
I tried today, successfully
Hey, my mobile Firefox is not able to autowrite login/pass in the index page.
Am I alone with this bug ?