Originally Posted by jockstrap
I had 2 problems after my install;
1) could not move files to trash - the code fix link posted by BOTUM above fixed that.
2) was putting a www. infront of the domain when sending emails. You could change this in preferences but when you logged back in it reverted back. This is fixed if you login as the real userid - ie: web1_username instead of using the email address to login with. Well, seems to work ok for me anyway.
I have gone thru all the problems you were getting, with no automatic folders creation, and the biggest, which was non acceptable for my users, the www which was keep coming in contact info.
I will describe here my workarround, so at least you should not spend the same time which I did on it.
The problem comes from Round Cube, which is looking into the mail server alias file (my case postfix). There, ISPConfig has set up the first alias prefixed with www, as your default host name was configured.
Now, everytime when you will log in without www firstname.lastname@example.org
, RoundCube will assume that you are a new user, and will open a new account in it's database (all the user settings are automatically saved in RoundCube database). If you will try loggin in with email@example.com
, you will see that the settings for contact will be saved and next time you will log in , you will have the same thing. Moreover, everytime you will log in with different aliases, you will get different settings saved for each of them
After I digged through ISPConfig forum, I found out that the problem with aliases will be there till some next release, where you will be able to select your aliases type (with or without hostname). Then, our problems will be completed sort out.
Till then, what you can do, and what I did, was, creating a separate aliases file, only for rouncube, where you will put the usernames, exactly in the way you need them.
Ex of entry in roundcube_alias
After you will have the file, you should change the value of $rcmail_config['virtuser_file'] in /home/admispconfig/ispconfig/web/roundcubemail/config/main.inc.php.
The only problem which you will still have, it will be adding one new alias for each user newly created on your system. The advantage is that you can have users with pop3/imap and users with webmail access
If I was not clear enough, I am available for questions.