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Old 10th March 2013, 15:25
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Default Apps & Addon packages

Wow guys, the 3.05 looks great. Thank you again.

Just have a few questions regarding the System > Apps & Addon packages
There was a default repo link that never showed apps:
http://repo.ispconfig.org/addons/
But somewhere I found:
http://repo.web-wack.at/ispconfig3/

Now I have 2 repo links and I this last one is giving me Roundcube
I manually installed it in ubuntu 12.04. First from ubuntu repo (version 0.7.X) and yesterday I manually upgraded to 0.8.5. Seems to be working fine, plugins included, but haven't had the time to test.

So... What should I do? ISPconfig3 does not seem to be detecting my manual version because I can click install in my email server?
Will roundcube be somehow administrable from ISPConfig?
Are the file paths and ubuntu going to change (/var/www/) and all ubuntu config files in (/etc/roundcube/)?
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