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LeoLinux 6th April 2007 15:33

create eMail Folder right after creating an user?
 
Hi,

just a small mail problem ;-)

when I create an user and want to use his new mail account in a webmailer like roundcube I'll not find any folder except a Inbox. The others like "Sent" and "Trash" arn't there.

So if I want to delete an eMail right now it willn ot work because of the missed folder.

I noticed if I use Mozilla Thunderbird or Outlook as client they will create the missed folder and everything is fine.


My question now is how to let my ISPconfig Server create those folders right after creating an eMail user?

I want to have a Inbox, Sent, and Trash.


Thanks for helping!!!!

;-)

Leander

catalyst 6th April 2007 16:43

RoundCube will create the sent folder after you have sent the email.

But my problem is I can't delete an email in RoundCuble. I can't move the email to Trash. Anyone knows how to fix the problem?
Thanks!

edge 6th April 2007 16:50

Did you try dragging and dropping it into the trash can?

catalyst 6th April 2007 17:03

I find a solution form other posts.
You can create the Trash folder at personnel setting -> folder , then create "Trash". After that I can delete the email.

You can read the following thread
http://www.howtoforge.com/forums/showthread.php?t=5710

http://www.howtoforge.com/forums/showthread.php?t=2081

catalyst 6th April 2007 17:05

Quote:

Originally Posted by edge
Did you try dragging and dropping it into the trash can?

There is no "Trash" folder in a new install of Roundcube, we should create it ourselves.

Thanks!

edge 6th April 2007 17:20

I've just done a test, and created a new user in ISPconfig.
When the new users logsin on Round Cube, he does have a Trash folder!

Did you use Hans his howto? (http://www.howtoforge.com/roundcube_webmail_ispconfig)

If so did you change the needed settings in the "main.inc.php"
PHP Code:

// display these folders separately in the mailbox list
$rcmail_config['default_imap_folders'] = array('INBOX''Drafts''Sent''Junk''Trash'); 

Here is some more info: http://www.howtoforge.com/forums/showthread.php?t=2081 (message 9)

Leszek 6th April 2007 17:57

So how about the names of the folders? Can I change their names to my language ?

catalyst 6th April 2007 18:03

No! Because I install Roundcube by using the package from ispconfig.
I just want to do thing more easier and simple.

I have checked the main.inc.php, the "Trash" is already in there. It is the same as your sample.

So I don't understand why you have "Trash" folder but I don't have it???


But Hans tutorial is good for us to install Roundcube on port 80.

Thanks!

catalyst 6th April 2007 18:11

Quote:

Originally Posted by Leszek
So how about the names of the folders? Can I change their names to my language ?

You should login as "English" interface, type it in English, then select the language from the preference. The Folder should be displayed as your selected language.

LeoLinux 15th April 2007 15:57

Hi,

1. thanks for all your responses

2. I just went ahead and DIDN'T install RoundCube over the ISPconfig packet like I used to do before....

I just went ahead and did this HowTo from Hans ... it's a little buggy ... but anyway ... in the end I got it running .... on port 80 .... but anyway .. I think that's actually better than running it on 81 .. because imagine if somebody is working behind a http proxy server and couldn't open the port 81 ... so in the end I think it's the best solve. ...


and my folders looked like this when I tested it the first time:


Posteingang
Gesendet
Entwürfe
Gelöscht
Spam


So that's what I wnat to - and now I have it ;-)


Leander

Thanks!


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