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Hi,

I have run an upgrade on ispconfig 3 to version 3.0.5.2 which seemed to run perfectly fine.
But i have found a problem with roundcubemail.

before i upgraded it was verion .03 (i think) - well it worked fine before upgrade

I usually login via www.mywebsite.com/roundcube

after upgrade i could not log in, it had a login screen, when i typed email address and a password screen went to a white screen, and nothing.

i renamed /var/www/apps/roundcube to roundcube.old

went to system - packages and deleted roundcube.
then refreshed panel to reinstall roundcube again.
it seemed to reinstall fine, ssh in to check folder and new one was created.
under monitor - server had an error message
"Unable to connect to the databaseCan't create database 'ispapp1'; database exists"
I logged into phpmyadmin and renamed database, opened ssh terminal to server and ran "service httpd restart" went back in to phpmyadmin and it had created new database.

Now i have a new fresh looking login screen, but still cannnot login.
It now states "Invali server name"

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Hi,

I have run an upgrade on ispconfig 3 to version 3.0.5.2 which seemed to run perfectly fine.
But i have found a problem with roundcubemail.

before i upgraded it was verion .03 (i think) - well it worked fine before upgrade

after upgrade i could not log in, it had a login screen, when i typed email address and a password screen went to a white screen, and nothing.

i renamed /var/www/apps/roundcube to roundcube.old

went to system - packages and deleted roundcube.
then refreshed panel to reinstall roundcube again.
it seemed to reinstall fine, ssh in to check folder and new one was created.
under monitor - server had an error message
"Unable to connect to the databaseCan't create database 'ispapp1'; database exists"
I logged into phpmyadmin and renamed database, opened ssh terminal to server and ran "service httpd restart" went back in to phpmyadmin and it had created new database.

Now i have a new fresh looking login screen, but still cannnot login.
It now states "Invali server name"
BUT when i go www.mywebsite.com/webmail i can login, so my problem is with roundcubemail

help please, thanks in advance
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Old 18th May 2013, 03:39
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Sussed it...

edit /var/www/apps/roundcube/config/main.inc.php
line 75
Code:
$rcmail_config['default_host'] = '$s";
and change $s to localhost - $s works via domain name

and hey presto i can log in


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