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If you want to edit the actual email field of the Identity Settings instead of choosing available ones from a drop-down-menu, you have to set this in your roundcube/config/config.inc.php: $config['identities_level'] = 0;
I believe what you're looking for is Sender Identities in RoundCibe settings. When you've logged into RoundCube, go to your settings and you should see on option for Sender Identities. With this you can configure multiple, or change the default, sender so you can send from multiple accounts or email addresses on the one login. I've also found a link on ...
The disk subsystem is complicated enough to be affected when a problem occurs, because of you'll hardly get anything in your log files. Try logging over the serial console. This needs some cabling, and an other system to pick up the lines, but you have better chance actually catching the problem. Of course if your node has a built-in management system ...
There are 2 ways of checking what triggered shutdown, first check the Out-Of-Band Management console for any issue in the hardware, i would suggest to configure SNMP and receive emails or add the traps in a monitoring software for any alert. Then through the Operating System, you can either check /var/log/messages(RedHat based distros) or /var/log/syslog(...
There are a number of logs files in /var/log directory (and it's subdirectories), including /var/log/boot and /var/log/boot.log Start with the files above.
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