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pinguinito 28th April 2009 17:43

RoundCube with ISPConfig3 help
 
I am trying to install ROudCube in my ispconfig3.0.1.1 the only Howto is (I think) with ispconfig2 and no experiences at all; so:
{ I want set up webmail.example.com}
step 1 in the how to :


Step 1 - Create a website:

In ISPConfig, create a website via “New site” in the main menu.
On the tab called “Basis” use webmail for the hostname and myhostingcompany.tld for the domain name.

ispconfig3 > New site doesn't has tab called “Basis”
How can i set up this simple step in ispconfig3???
Creating a subdomain for example.com ?

Thanks

Horfic 28th April 2009 19:32

1.) You create your Domain under Sites -> Website and select Fast-CGI as PHP.
2.) Create the Subdomain under Sites -> Subdomain
Host = webmail
Domain = {your Domain}
Redirect Type = L
Redirect Path = /var/www/{your Domain without www.}/web/webmail/
Active = Tick on
3.) Create a FTP User for your Domain under Site -> FTP-User
4.) Log in and create in the web folder a webmail folder.
5.) Install roundcube in this webmail folder.
6.) Edit the $rcmail_config['virtuser_query'] in the roundcube config file({webmail}/config/main.inc.php) like this.
Code:

$rcmail_config['virtuser_query'] = "SELECT email FROM dbispconfig.mail_user WHERE email = '%u'";
7.)Give the roundcube mysql user read access to the dbispconfig database.

PS: Don't know if you need point 1 or 6,7.

pinguinito 29th April 2009 04:30

thank you
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Horfic (Post 184868)
1.) You create your Domain under Sites -> Website and select Fast-CGI as PHP.
2.) Create the Subdomain under Sites -> Subdomain
Host = webmail
Domain = {your Domain}
Redirect Type = L
Redirect Path = /var/www/{your Domain without www.}/web/webmail/
Active = Tick on
3.) Create a FTP User for your Domain under Site -> FTP-User
4.) Log in and create in the web folder a webmail folder.
5.) Install roundcube in this webmail folder.
6.) Edit the $rcmail_config['virtuser_query'] in the roundcube config file({webmail}/config/main.inc.php) like this.
Code:

$rcmail_config['virtuser_query'] = "SELECT email FROM dbispconfig.mail_user WHERE email = '%u'";
7.)Give the roundcube mysql user read access to the dbispconfig database.

PS: Don't know if you need point 1 or 6,7.

thank for your help, tomorrow that will be my job

atjensen11 20th July 2009 17:54

Quote:

Originally Posted by Horfic (Post 184868)
1.) 6.) Edit the $rcmail_config['virtuser_query'] in the roundcube config file({webmail}/config/main.inc.php) like this.
Code:

$rcmail_config['virtuser_query'] = "SELECT email FROM dbispconfig.mail_user WHERE email = '%u'";

What is the point of Step 6? It appears the Roundcube will work without doing this. I am trying to troubleshoot a problem with Roundcube where I want to set the outgoing SMTP port to 587 and require authentication.

The error logs are pointing me to a problem that is not related to Roundcube. Squirrelmail worked fine with this configuration. I guess I am wondering of Step 6 above may be related.

Horfic 20th July 2009 19:10

Step 6 tells roundcube where it should look up for users. nothing else

warlock 27th March 2010 11:02

I found it really easy,

apt-get install roundcube

vi /etc/apache2/conf.d/roundcube

and remove the hashes from

Alias /roundcube/program/js/tiny_mce/ /usr/share/tinymce/www/
Alias /roundcube /var/lib/roundcube


restart apache and bob your uncle


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