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  1. #1
    mayank Guest

    Lightbulb session time-out

    hi
    after some time, OX produces msg, "your session has been expired"
    is this an error or how to overcome this ??

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Feb 2007
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    Germany
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    Quote Originally Posted by mayank View Post
    hi
    after some time, OX produces msg, "your session has been expired"
    is this an error or how to overcome this ??
    1) Not clearing cookies while being logged in
    2) Not restarting OX server while being logged in
    3) Not hitting the apache session timeout

  3. #3
    mayank Guest

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    hi Martin
    Im getting this error while already being logged in.
    Is step1 necessary before starting OX server ?
    or is this becoz of Idle state of OX-Gui (server) ..

    Quote Originally Posted by Martin Braun View Post
    1) Not clearing cookies while being logged in
    2) Not restarting OX server while being logged in
    3) Not hitting the apache session timeout

  4. #4
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    Hi,

    i just posted possibilities why a session could expire. If you clear your cookies the session will expire because the session information is stored at the client. I think you've lost your session because you somehow hit a session expire limit or restarted the groupware.

  5. #5
    mayank Guest

    Default

    ok.
    i think that prb is solved but im getting new error while creating new users using Admin GUI
    Error code: Error occured in: com.openexchange.admin.rmi.extensions.OXUserMailfi lterExtension! Errortext: com.openexchange.admin.rmi.exceptions.OXSieveHandl erException: The server doesn't support PLAIN authentication

    Quote Originally Posted by Martin Braun View Post
    Hi,

    i just posted possibilities why a session could expire. If you clear your cookies the session will expire because the session information is stored at the client. I think you've lost your session because you somehow hit a session expire limit or restarted the groupware.

  6. #6
    Join Date
    Dec 2007
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    Default also a lot of timouts of users

    we have about 10-20 persons simultaneous logged in. we happen to register a lot of people with a session timeout. even after removing cookies and so on. i'm not shure but is there some limitation in the sessionmechanism when all people come from the same ip (firewall)?

    i tried to solve this by increasing some values, but i'm not shure, if this is correct or has the desired impact at all:

    in /opt/open-xchange/etc/groupware/sessiond.properties:
    com.openexchange.sessiond.sessionContainerTimeout: 4200000
    com.openexchange.sessiond.numberOfSessionContainer s:20
    com.openexchange.sessiond.maxSession:10000
    com.openexchange.sessiond.sessionDefaultLifeTime:3 600000

    thank you for any help.

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