Originally Posted by trexen
Sorry for waisting your time, i was playing whit "http://bugs.web-wack.at/projects/isp3-roundcube/documents" to get the plugins working.
That's okay, it's not a waste of anyone's time.
I wouldn't bother with the Roundcube plug-in for ISPConfig until you have Roundcube working on its own.
It's okay if you installed Roundcube to a different location. You just need to modify the paths in your Apache configuration accordingly.
However, I recommend that you remove Roundcube from /var/www/webmail and instead use your operating system's package manager to install Roundcube. If you are using Debian (includes Ubuntu), you would simply run the following command:
apt-get install roundcube
The primary reason I suggest this is that I don't know which directories to tell you to add to PHP's open_basedir directive in the Apache configuration. If you use the package manager to install Roundcube, you should be able to cut-and-paste from the configuration I've provided.
If you don't use SSL on your server, you should. Even if you use a self-signed certificate, that is much better than no certificate at all.
If you can't or won't for whatever reason, then simply remove those lines from the configuration:
Alias /webmail /var/www/webmail
allow from all
AddHandler php5-script .php
php_admin_value open_basedir "/usr/share/php:/etc/roundcube/:/var/www/roundcube:/var/log/roundcube:/var/lib/roundcube"