A client was trying to delete messages from their mailbox using Horde webmail on a Plesk linux system. They received the following error:
There was an error deleting messages from the folder “Inbox”. This is what the server said: [TRYCREATE] Mailbox does not exist.
Turns out that they had enabled a setting in the “Options->Deleting and Moving Messages” area which was:
When deleting messages, move them to your Trash folder instead of marking them as deleted?
Disabling this setting allowed delete to work again fine.
URL: When I try to delete a message from webmail it fails with: ‘There was an error deleting messages from the folder “Inbox”. This is what the server said: [TRYCREATE] Mailbox does not exist.’
Working on a remote install machine (PXE booting) sometimes need to remove the MBR that is on the current machines hard disk so that on reboot the machine tries to boot from net.
In Linux the following command can be executed to delete the MBR (Don’t do this unless you are very sure you want to do it):
bash# dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/hda bs=512 count=1
Another method is required for windows installations.