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TimeKeeper 17th November 2006 00:57

Client Email Configuration
 
Quite impressed with the application so far. Have a few other servers on Ensim, and built this 5th server using ISPConfig on Ubuntu 6.06.1 LTS.
I have been able to configure everything so far, and have a few "test site" running just fine, with email accounts, database, etc.
Here are my questions:
I can send and receive email from the ISPConfig interface? I have not yet installed a web mail client.
1. I am thinking of using either RoundCube or AlohaMail as opposed to Squirrell -which I have on the other servers and is so UGLY. Which is the recommended options for multiple sites and a good combination of ease of use for the end user and installation of each site or server wide. Does it add an options in the "setup new site interface?
2. The vast majority of my clients and end users do not use Webmail on a regular basis. What are the settings for email clients like Outlook, Evolution, Entourage, Thunderbird, etc? Email account name, server(s) name, smtp, pop, etc??? I tried different configuration and the connection to the server was rejected.
3. I tried to change the Currency by editing the en.lng file as recommended on this forum, but the setting are not sticking. The file is updated and changed but the site admin (invoice creation and products interface still show EURO instead of my preferred currency?

Thanks again for such a great job on this application.
Alain Gauthier

till 17th November 2006 12:36

1) When you install the roundcube .pkk for ISPComfig you will be able to use this for all of your customers.

2) As smtp and pop3 server you can use any domain or IP pointing to this server, The pop3 and smtp username has the form web[ID]_username which you entered as you created a new email user.

3) The .lng files are not changed by ISPCOnfig, when you edit the currency there, it will stay until you update ISPConfig to a higher version number. Maybe you changed the wrong .lng file, there is one file for every ISPConfig module.

TimeKeeper 17th November 2006 16:15

follow up question
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by till
1) When you install the roundcube .pkk for ISPComfig you will be able to use this for all of your customers.
? Will the option to install RoundCube on a site, show up in the site creation menu?

2) As smtp and pop3 server you can use any domain or IP pointing to this server, The pop3 and smtp username has the form web[ID]_username which you entered as you created a new email user.

? Ok, so the user name is a liitle more cryptic than I am used to. Are the servers name like mail.domain.com for both pop3 and smtp? And, I assume the smtp requires authentication as username/password for sending emails -which is what I do want, right?

3) The .lng files are not changed by ISPCOnfig, when you edit the currency there, it will stay until you update ISPConfig to a higher version number. Maybe you changed the wrong .lng file, there is one file for every ISPConfig module.

? Which file or files do I need to edit? I do want to have my currency (CAD) as the 'global' (server-wide) currency, for all invoicing, products and services, etc.

Thanks again.

falko 18th November 2006 14:21

What's the output of
Code:

cd /home/admispconfig/ispconfig
grep -R EURO *

?

TimeKeeper 18th November 2006 17:34

[QUOTE=falko]What's the output of
[CODE]cd /home/admispconfig/ispconfig
grep -R EURO *

Here is a capture of the command

root@ws5://home/admispconfig/ispconfig# grep -R EURO *
web/isp_fakt/view/view_reseller.php: <td align="right
" valign="baseline" class="normal"><? echo sprintf("%01.2f", $record["preis"])?>
<? echo $go_api->lng("EURO")?></td>
web/isp_fakt/view/view_reseller.php: <td align="right
" valign="baseline" class="normal"><? echo sprintf("%01.2f", $record["preis"] *
$record["anzahl"])?> <? echo $go_api->lng("EURO")?></td>
web/isp_fakt/view/view_reseller.php: <td colspan="5"
class="normal_bold"><? echo $go_api->lng("Web gesamt")?>: <? echo sprintf("%01.2
f", $web_gpreis)?> <? echo $go_api->lng("EURO")?></td>
web/isp_fakt/view/view_reseller.php: <? echo sprintf("%0
1.2f", $gpreis - $preis_netto)?> <? echo $go_api->lng("EURO")?></td>
web/isp_fakt/view/view_reseller.php: <td colspan="2" alig
n="right" class="t6b"><? echo $go_api->lng("Gesamtbetrag")?>: <? echo sprintf("%
01.2f", $gpreis)?> <? echo $go_api->lng("EURO")?></td>
web/isp_fakt/view/view.php: <td align="right" valign=
"baseline" class="normal"><? echo sprintf("%01.2f", $record["preis"])?> <? echo
$go_api->lng("EURO")?></td>
web/isp_fakt/view/view.php: <td align="right" valign=
"baseline" class="normal"><? echo sprintf("%01.2f", $record["preis"] * $record["
anzahl"])?> <? echo $go_api->lng("EURO")?></td>
web/isp_fakt/view/view.php: <td colspan="5" class="no
rmal_bold"><? echo $go_api->lng("Web gesamt")?>: <? echo sprintf("%01.2f", $web_
gpreis)?> <? echo $go_api->lng("EURO")?></td>
web/isp_fakt/view/view.php: <? echo sprintf("%01.2f", $g
preis - $preis_netto)?> <? echo $go_api->lng("EURO")?></td>
web/isp_fakt/view/view.php: <td colspan="2" align="right"
class="t6b"><? echo $go_api->lng("Gesamtbetrag")?>: <? echo sprintf("%01.2f", $
gpreis)?> <? echo $go_api->lng("EURO")?></td>
web/isp_fakt/lib/lang/se.lng:$wb["EURO"] = 'SEK';
web/isp_fakt/lib/lang/nl.lng:$wb["EURO"] = 'EURO';
web/isp_fakt/lib/lang/en.lng:$wb["EURO"] = 'CAD';
web/isp_fakt/lib/lang/de.lng:$wb["EURO"] = 'EURO';
web/isp_fakt/lib/lang/dk.lng:$wb["EURO"] = 'DKK';
web/isp_fakt/lib/lang/pl.lng:$wb["EURO"] = 'ZŁ';
web/isp_fakt/lib/lang/fr.lng:$wb["EURO"] = 'EURO';
web/isp_fakt/lib/lang/es.lng:$wb["EURO"] = 'EURO';
web/isp_fakt/lib/lang/it.lng:$wb["EURO"] = 'EURO';
root@ws5://home/admispconfig/ispconfig#

falko 19th November 2006 17:37

These are the files where you can change your currency:

web/isp_fakt/lib/lang/se.lng
web/isp_fakt/lib/lang/nl.lng
web/isp_fakt/lib/lang/en.lng
web/isp_fakt/lib/lang/de.lng
web/isp_fakt/lib/lang/dk.lng
web/isp_fakt/lib/lang/pl.lng
web/isp_fakt/lib/lang/fr.lng
web/isp_fakt/lib/lang/es.lng
web/isp_fakt/lib/lang/it.lng

e.g. like this:

Code:

$wb["EURO"] = 'Canadian Dollar';

TimeKeeper 19th November 2006 20:42

I did the currency change on all the language files. It still doesn't show up as Canadian Dollar or CAD in the ISP Invoice interface, is it supposed to? Maybe this only affects the output of the invoicing 'system'. If so, it is ok but could be confusing for the resellers.
Are the changes in the lng file supposed to affect the ISP invoice Products/items/price currency filed?

till 20th November 2006 10:33

Quote:

Originally Posted by TimeKeeper
Are the changes in the lng file supposed to affect the ISP invoice Products/items/price currency filed?

Yes. Is there just one place where the changes have not applied or does the change of the currency has no affect in the complete interface?

TimeKeeper 20th November 2006 18:40

EURO is still the only currency on display in any of the items under ISP Invoice, and when I created a new item (product or services).

till 20th November 2006 19:19

Normally this hack worked for me. I will check the ISPConfig sources if something has changed.


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