ISPConfig3 server migrate Squirrelmail->Roudcube

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by oxygen, Mar 2, 2016.

  1. oxygen

    oxygen Member

    Hi all, in Baltic states we have serious problem with Squirrel webmail encoding, so i want to migrate to Roundcube, we used it before without any problems.
    I installed server using this tutorial:
    First i want install additional Roudcube webmail, then after testing i will remove Squirrelmail.
    so, my questions:
    1. I can just install Roudcube as here?
    2. How i can completely remove Squirrealmail from my system?
  2. Active Member

    Roundcube setup should work, I used
    just don't get too greedy in the end of setting up, there's a config where you need to enter the remote user ... just make sure you also change ISPConfig URL from http to https =)

    And getting rid of squirrel should be easy, put some nuts on your neighbours server or reverse the steps you did to install like
    apt-get --purge remove squirrelmail
    check for leftover /etc/apache2/conf-available/squirrelmail.conf and delete it, maybe /var/lib/squirrelmail/tmp, too
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  3. oxygen

    oxygen Member

    maybe i shoud install to
    /usr/share/roundcube instead /opt/roundcube ? Just checked. /opt now is absolutely empty, and squirrelmail was installed to /usr/share as well.
  4. Active Member

    doesn't matter much, but if you don't use package manager to install software either use /opt or /usr/local
  5. oxygen

    oxygen Member

    But i can install to /opt as described ? just wondering why there is empty place :)
  6. Active Member

    yes, it is empty for OPTional software :) just don't make a mess or the deamons will haunt you :D
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  7. oxygen

    oxygen Member

    Roundcube working
    Now another thing- quota usage indicator always on zero..
  8. Jesse Norell

    Jesse Norell Active Member

    usage in roundcube depends on quota support in your imap server (dovecot). make sure that's setup, and also that the user does have a quota assigned (unlimited quota also shows as 0% used).
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  9. oxygen

    oxygen Member

    :) yes, You are right... unlimited!!
    My mistake.
  10. oxygen

    oxygen Member

  11. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    nano /etc/php5/apache2/php.ini
  12. oxygen

    oxygen Member

    cannot find there [openssl] section at all..
  13. oxygen

    oxygen Member

    My system is Ubuntu 14.04 LTS, not Debian as in Roundcube installation tutorial.
  14. Active Member

    First of all, you should the php.ini in use, if you run PHP by fcgi you should probably check the php.ini in cgi folder, fpm in fpm folder and mod_php apache2 folder.

    I don't know ubuntus php-config, maybe it's split up like /etc/php5/fpm/conf.d/20-openssl.ini
    You should have it somewhere, if not, try adding it :)
  15. oxygen

    oxygen Member

    No, i don't have [openssl] anywhere..
  16. Active Member

    does the following command echo openssl? if so, just try adding that section somewhere in conf.d folder as seperate .ini or directly to the php.ini
    # php -m | grep openssl
    I bet it does and should just work.
  17. Active Member

    Noooo :D $echo something will always work
    # lists available/installed php modules
    $php -m
    the | grep openssl just discard all output lines except it says "openssl" in it.
    So if your output of "php -m | grep openssl" gives you "openssl" in a newline, you have openssl in your php version and thus can just add the segment and configuration as described in the howto with no problem.
    Just add your own [openssl] segment.
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  18. oxygen

    oxygen Member

    [email protected]:~# # php -m | grep openssl
    [email protected]:~# openssl
  19. oxygen

    oxygen Member

    :D sorry i understand that about echo and deleted that post before your :)
  20. Active Member

    Ok, almost :) Don't put the # before the command
    jsut execute
    php -m | grep openssl
    entering openssl in the console will open openssl cli. Having openssl installed doesn't usually mean it's available in other software.

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