If you use the Zarafa webaccess (6.40, but apparently also 6.30) on Ubuntu 9.10, apache2 will nicely segfault and you will not be able to access your webmail. Upside: the mobile server will keep functioning. Even Fedora has this problem and it was tracked down to an error in PHP. I do not want to compile my own software to work around this issue, since I am lazy and I use a package manager for a reason! I quickly found the least nasty workaround for this issue in this post on the Zarafa forums.I replace /usr/lib/apache2/modules/libphp5.so (from karmic’s 5.2.10) with the libphp5.so from the 5.2.6 libapache2-mod-php5 package. At least the file will still be managed by dpkg and thus updated/upgraded if neccessary. As Ubuntu 10.04 is just around the corner, I will suggest the owner to does not update libapache2-mod-php5 until he upgrades to 10.04.