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aptitude install roundcube http://packages.debian.org/lenny-backports/roundcube


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I check the error log and there is the following error:DB Error: unable to find package 'MDB2_Driver_mysql' file 'MDB2/Driver/mysql.php', How can I fix this? apt-get install php-pear pear install MDB2_Driver_mysql


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I've done this many times using the atomic repos. In very simple terms, three steps are all that's needed in most situations: wget -q -O - http://www.atomicorp.com/installers/atomic.sh | sh yum update php service httpd restart I obviously can't guarrente it will work for you, but for myself this has become the standard method.


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I have extensive experience with squirrel mail but adopted round cube about a year ago. I like it much, much more. It's easier to set up and create extensions for. I use it in the following environment: Ubuntu Server Apache2 Php5 Dovecot Postfix Mysql I have it set up to work with postfix and mysql so that I don't need to create real users on my ...


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For setting up your email server and webmail, you need two things: an SMTP server, to send out messages, as you said, a way to read the received messages, that's the part you're actually asking for. The webmail will not actually be receiving the messages, it will only read or fetch them from somewhere. It is the smtp server (usually the same as the one ...


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It seemingly being an Ubuntu system you can also install the driver directly using apt-get. $ sudo apt-get install php-mdb2-driver-mysql (The package has been a part of Ubuntu since 10.04.)


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A .forward file has delivery instructions for the incoming mail. For eg. if john UNIX user receives a mail and he has a .forward file in his home /home/john/.forward it will be used to perform the delivery. Consider the following .forward file #John's .forward file john.gm@gmail.com |/usr/bin/vacation.pl For the above forward file, the incoming email will ...


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xampp on windows 8. That smells like a home setup instead of a proper server, domain and mail config. This will fail horribly for email as many providers will block mail sent from home DSL connections due to spam issues. So don't do this. If you really want your own mailserver, get an el cheapo VPS with a proper mail setup on it.


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Check /etc/dovecot/conf.d/10-master.conf for line unix_listener private/auth change it to unix_listener /var/spool/postfix/private/auth Restart dovecot and try again. If still doesn't work, post output of dovecot -n and postfix -n


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Check the value of mail_uid and mail_gid in your Dovecot config file /etc/dovecot/dovecot.conf. They should be set to uid/gid of system user vmail Eg. $ id vmail uid=nnn(vmail) gid=nnn(vmail) groups=nnn(vmail) Also the directory /var/vmail should be owned by user/group: vmail:vmail. $ ls -dl /var/vmail


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You could use file system attributes on the files to stop the actual files from being deleted but that could cause unpredictable results with your imap/pop3 software. if you really have to you can stop a file from being deleted even by the root user by setting the immutable attribute. chattr +i file_name


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The answer from DerfK above is wrong. You can use PostgreSQL using Unix socket with roundcube provided you're configuring it well. In the db.inc.php, it should read: $rcmail_config['db_dsnw'] = 'pgsql://roundcube:*password*@unix(/tmp)/roundcube'; Provided you've created a "roundcube" user in pgsql for the database "roundcube" with password "password" In ...


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Make sure you have set the Listen directive correctly in your Apache configuration. Listen 3333 Relevant documentation


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Simply Install Remi repo. And Run: yum update -y and wait until the updates have finished, then reboot your VPS using init: init 6 Now you have successfully updated php on your system.


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Provided you have a separate email address used only for subscriptions, the easiest solution would be to tell Postfix to hand mails to that address over to the script instead of delivering it to a mailbox. You can do this in either of two ways. The first is to do it in the file "aliases" within your postfix configuration directory. If so, the line you add ...


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Edit roundcube main config.inc.php and add the plugin name 'password' to the plugins array() as shown below, to activate the plugin: // List of active plugins (in plugins/ directory) $config['plugins'] = array('password'); You may also note down the DSN used by roundcube to connect to the 'roundcube' mysql database $config['db_dsnw'] = ...


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You can configure this in main.inc.php: // add a received header to outgoing mails containing the creators IP and hostname $rcmail_config['http_received_header'] = true;


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As Christopher Perrin said "If you need a version that is not in your distribution's repos you are getting into dangerous waters." - this confirmed my suspicion that unless you seriously know what your doing, it should be left well alone. Also that a minor release shouldn't be a issue. This made me search for information about updating minor versions when ...


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Change your config-file with SQL-query like that: . . . . . password_query= SELECT username as user, \ password \ FROM mailbox \ WHERE username = '%n@%d' \ AND active=1 user_query = SELECT maildir AS userdb_home, \ 150 AS userdb_uid, \ ...


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DBERROR: opening /var/lib/cyrus/user/m/marcel@mydomain.com.seen: cyrusdb error DBERROR: skiplist recovery /var/lib/cyrus/user/m/marcel@mydomain.com.seen: ADD at 1FC0 exists It means that the skiplist file is corrupted. As you can see, there is something wrong at 1FC0. Truncate the file at this point, the users mail read state will be valid up to the ...


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1) Enable mysql logging and see whether it is generating any relavent info. 2) Make sure that sql safe mode is not enabled in php 3) Enable sql trace mode in php.ini and see whether it is generating any additional debug info which might be useful.


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No. A client that receives via SMTP is not a client anymore but a server. While there's no technical reason you can't have an SMTP server with a web interface for accessing messages, this is not how clients work. Also bear in mind that SMTP is a push protocol, so while another server could certainly send messages on to your "client", that "client" could net ...


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This is related to something I answered earlier today: Mails are not receiving in Squirrelmail? Except you're using Roundcube instead of Squirrelmail. Also, take a look at: http://wiki.mutt.org/?MailConcept as an overview of the various components of the mail system (i.e., MTA, MUA, MDA). Roundcube, if I recall, is purely an IMAP client, maybe some ...


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It looks like your Roundcube installation doesn't support CRAM-MD5, which is the only mechanism offered by Postfix. I would probably just enable the PLAIN and LOGIN mechanisms and use those. You probably have a line like this in /etc/postfix/main.cf: smtpd_sasl_security_options = noanonymous, noplaintext Change this to read: smtpd_sasl_security_options = ...


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You need to add the acl_not_smtp acl acl_not_smtp = acl_not_smtp Then create the rule under that acl acl_not_smtp: accept condition = ${lookup{$sender_address}lsearch{/etc/exim/freezelist_sender_addresses}{1}{0}} control = freeze/no_tell accept


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I've just had this error and the change from localhost to 127.0.0.1 fixed it for me! mysql://roundcube:mypass@127.0.0.1/roundcubemail is now working


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Database connection errors happens when the followings happens: You don't have proper database info set up in the configuration file (config/db.inc.php) Your system don't have the requirements needed to run roundcube. To solve the first problem, you need to configure the following parameter correctly $rcmail_config['db_dsnw'] = ...


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Is POP an available protocol from your email hosting provider? If so, you might consider POP over IMAP as you identified that you may have a lot more storage flexibility with your RoundCube configuration. POP can be configured to download the emails off of the email hosting provider and RoundCube will still give you web access to the emails.


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The easiest way is to just buy more storage space for mail, or maybe forward everything to a free mail provider like Google Mail and use that for reading mail (or point your RoundCube instance to GMail). Setting up an intermediary IMAP server would be possible, but nontrivial and you would end up with a similar setup to the GMail solution. I don't really ...


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Postgresql has two methods of connecting to it: network port and local file socket. phpPgAdmin is likely smart enough to use the socket when running on the same computer as the server, however according to a post here, roundcube cannot use the socket. To grant access over the network, postgresql.conf needs to have an address to listen on in listen_address ...



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