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Old 29th January 2007, 20:37
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Hee I am seeing that now, strange I know fur sure I heve downloaded twice an roundcube.pkg pakage. Mabey I did something wrong.

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Old 30th January 2007, 03:39
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Hee I am seeing that now, strange I know fur sure I heve downloaded twice an roundcube.pkg pakage. Mabey I did something wrong.

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Hey DaRKNeSS,

I know the ISPConfig website has it as 'RoundCube.pkg' and I have it as this for beta 1 on page 2 of this thread, along with a mirror... mibbie it was that, that caused the confusion?

All well, I was curious to see what the name scheme was going to be

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Old 13th February 2007, 21:00
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Default Debian user can not get mail anymore since latest roundcube pkg install..

I have not seen anyone resolve or know if this is resolved..

I also am running debian with todays verion(whatever it is ) of roundcube pkg from ispconfig website and am unable to recieve any emails now!

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Installed through the Tool in Ispconfig, but can't receive? I can send!

Any help?

Seems alike all my accounts are not recieving any emails

weird everything was working then I go and add roundcube and its like they don't even make it to the server.. can someone help me?!

The logs don't seem to show much..
In the mean time I am going to go look around if I can and try to see what roundcube changed.. .. can roundcube actualy stop emails from coming in?

Note I made a change to make my users logins be domain.com_username

Not sure if this effects things
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Old 13th February 2007, 21:46
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sounds like your port 25 is blocked by your isp.
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Old 13th February 2007, 23:07
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sounds like your port 25 is blocked by your isp.

I wish it was something that simple..

but that was not it..

Turns out I selected maildir

What is maildir exactly..??

and how do I get the mail put back into the mail where it normaly was /var/mail in single files??

aargh! Though its nobodies falut but ine.. always read ahead.. and read about what you don't understand!

for 9am till now I had mail going there cause I selected maildir so I could access the webmail..

I would still like to know how I can run both at the same time!..


As I analized the logs mail was being deliverd fine.. so it made no sence (it was just saving it someplace else!)

But as soon as it stopped coming in I went through the painfull process of elimination everything I had done
eventualy unclicking the maildir check I placed earlier this morning! and testing a email account!)

Maybe someone can explain maildir or point to a link or possibly explain how I can have pop accounts and webmail
I look forward to the responce time will tell .. in the mean time I will start searching the fourms and the google for maildir info

I still can't get outlook users to get email yet wither.. just thunderbird with tls enabled

Joe

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Old 17th February 2007, 16:42
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I believe maildir, is used when you are using the other webmail clients, and it facilitates the process, by putting peoples mails in separate folders. You might have to go to advanced in outlook and select authentication. I did notice that check box when I was poking around. I did however manage to set up my outlook and its working well so far.
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...if anyone would like to use the mailfunctioning Spellcheck...there are missing files in all roundcube versions...here are mine, for the actual 0.1beta2.2 release, this includes the changes for compose.inc to include the files into the compose-window! Just replase, if you are using this version, otherwise you have to do the changes manually :-)

After that spellcheck is working!!
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Hey Paul !

Could you please repost the last Roundcube package ? The link to you website is down http://www.archtree.net/RoundCube0.1-beta2-461.pkg after some Googling I saw that you moved you page to http://www.archtree.co.uk but http://www.archtree.co.uk/RoundCube0.1-beta2-461.pkg link to nowhere.

Could you please repost it ? I always use the update function of ISPConfig so I have no backup of it (yes it is a bad idea )

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Old 29th March 2007, 22:08
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Does anyone have latest .pkg of roundcube, besides the one on ispconfig.com?

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Yeah sorry for the delay, here is the new home for the Roundcube package.

http://area51.archtechnologies.net/R...-beta2-461.pkg

Paul-Robert

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Hey Paul !

Could you please repost the last Roundcube package ? The link to you website is down http://www.archtree.net/RoundCube0.1-beta2-461.pkg after some Googling I saw that you moved you page to http://www.archtree.co.uk but http://www.archtree.co.uk/RoundCube0.1-beta2-461.pkg link to nowhere.

Could you please repost it ? I always use the update function of ISPConfig so I have no backup of it (yes it is a bad idea )

Thanks in advance
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