Apps & Addon packages

Discussion in 'Plugins/Modules/Addons' started by zapyahoo, Mar 10, 2013.

  1. zapyahoo

    zapyahoo New Member

    Wow guys, the 3.05 looks great. Thank you again.

    Just have a few questions regarding the System > Apps & Addon packages
    There was a default repo link that never showed apps:
    http://repo.ispconfig.org/addons/
    But somewhere I found:
    http://repo.web-wack.at/ispconfig3/

    Now I have 2 repo links and I this last one is giving me Roundcube :)
    I manually installed it in ubuntu 12.04. First from ubuntu repo (version 0.7.X) and yesterday I manually upgraded to 0.8.5. Seems to be working fine, plugins included, but haven't had the time to test.

    So... What should I do? ISPconfig3 does not seem to be detecting my manual version because I can click install in my email server?
    Will roundcube be somehow administrable from ISPConfig?
    Are the file paths and ubuntu going to change (/var/www/) and all ubuntu config files in (/etc/roundcube/)?
     
  2. Horfic

    Horfic Member

    Hi,
    this repo is the official repo of ISPConfig
    http://repo.ispconfig.org/addons/

    and this repo is from my company
    http://repo.web-wack.at/ispconfig3/

    I think we are one of the first whoever used the ispconfig package system publicly and as a lot of people had issues installing our plugins to there roundcube system, we provided a package what does everything for the user. This package still has an older version of the roundcube and the plugins itself, but will be updated in the next couple of weeks, as next week the new versions of the plugins will be published per svn, git and per zip file.

    Plugins: http://bugs.web-wack.at/projects/isp3-roundcube

    PS: What do you mean by managing roundcube in ispconfig?
     
  3. zapyahoo

    zapyahoo New Member

    Hi Horfic,

    Just to make it clear... thinking of it, my question actually as 2 sides to it:

    1. If all roundcube main.inc.php settings including plugin settings (installation, activation, etc.) would be manageable from ISPConfig3?

    2. If in ispconfig3 email options you create for ie 1 email alias, would this alias show up in roundcube identities, or sieve rule?
     
  4. Horfic

    Horfic Member

    Point 1:
    No, Roundcube isn't currently in anyway managable like you described

    Point 2:
    The ispconfig3_account plugin gives the user an overview over his current account and which aliases are linked to his. Also if you have set it up correctly, the plugin gives the user the possibility to use his aliases in identities.
     
  5. zapyahoo

    zapyahoo New Member

    Need to dig deeper into point number 2. Sorry Horfic, where can I find this ispconfig plugin, in the control panel?

    It would be great if users could change their mail passwords in roundcube. I saw a plugin for roundcube called:
    Change password - Change password using various methods (DB, SASL, poppassd, LDAP, etc.)

    Anyone tested the above plugin? comes with driver for cpanel and directadmin, not ispconfig. Guess it would have to use generic mysql plugin.

    Command would be with MD5
    - MD5 stored passwords:
    UPDATE users SET password=MD5(%p) WHERE username=%u AND password=MD5(%o) LIMIT 1
     
  6. Horfic

    Horfic Member

    You obviously don't know my plugins.

    They are a collection of 9 plugins where the account plugin is the base for all other 8 plugins.

    So if you want that your users can change their password in roundcube, you would to activate the ispconfig3_account and ispconfig3_pass plugin.

    Of course there are also other plugins like autoreply, forward, etc

    In roundcube the plugins will add a section under settings called account.

    You can find all information like install instructions, etc and the plugins itself
    here: http://bugs.web-wack.at/projects/isp3-roundcube
     
  7. zapyahoo

    zapyahoo New Member

    Outstanding

    My hat is off for you guys, snooped around and installed the plugins.


    Great job!!!
     

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