To be sure, today i did some tests again with the new RoundCube package based on 0.1-rc1.1
Everything looks fine for me on Debian Etch with ISPConfig 2.2.14.
I am happy about this and i hope other users can confirm their good experience as well.
It must be said that the right initialisation of the correct database is very important, otherwise problems do occur.
For information only:
For sqlite, RoundCube comes with two files to create the database called sqlite.db.
The location of this database is within /home/admispconfig/ispconfig/web/roundcubemail/
The names of the files, which where necessary to create sqlite.db are:
When i created the sqlite.db database for the RoundCube package, i used the first file sqlite.initial.sql, which is ment for a fresh new install. The other one (sqlite.update.sql) is ment for an update from an earlier version of RoundCube, but i decided not to use that one anymore. (When used the sqlite.db, created with sqlite.update.sql for a fresh new installation, RoundCube did not work as it should.)
I realise that quiet a lot users, have installed the previous RoundCube package already and because i used sqlite.initial.sql, i think this are the best update instructions:
Login to your server as root and perform the folowing commands:
rm -rf /home/admispconfig/ispconfig/web/roundcube*
rm -rf /home/admispconfig/ispconfig/web/tools/tools/roundcube
rm -rf /home/admispconfig/ispconfig/temp/roundcubemail
After that login to ISPConfig.
Goto ISP Manager > Update > URL: http://www.ispconfig.org/downloads/roundcubemail.pkg
Login into RoundCube:
Go to Tools and choose RoundCube within the structuretree within ISPConfig.
Login at URL: http://www.anydomainatyourserver.tld:81/roundcubemail