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Why did Server 5.1 break Roundcube Webmail ?

It appears that Server 5.1 doesn’t properly activate webapps for the two default websites. This issue only effects roundcube installations upgraded to Server 5.1 Roundcube can be installed or re-installed on Server 5.1 without issue. Quick Fix To re-activate the webapp after upgrading to Server 5.1, run this command: sudo /Applications/Server.app/Contents/ServerRoot/usr/sbin/webappctl start com.topicdesk.roundcube

How Do I Add a Webmail Icon to the Default OS X Server Page?

Please read the complete tutorial before attempting This tutorial is valid for OS X 10.10 & 10.11 running Server app 5 To complete this tutorial you will need Terminal and your favorite text editor (Sublime Text or Adobe Brackets are great for this) and of course admin privileges. Step 1 – copy default page to […]

Changelog: Roundcube for OS X Server

1.1.4 Released 2016-02-19 Roundcube Webmail 1.1.4 El Capitan and Server 5 support (SIP compliant) Updated MCrypt installer (SIP compliant) Updated managesieve (mail filtering, vacation auto-responder) Improved installer logging to /var/log/install.log Optional plugins, automatically configured CardDAV Address Book HTML5 Desktop Notifications Multiple message selection Image Paster (paste clipboard images directly into message) 1.0.3a Released 2014-11-24 Yosemite […]

What does the Multiple Message Selection plugin do?

The Multiple Message Selection adds a checkbox to select messages. Any action (delete, forward) will be performed for the group of selected messages. The Gear (visible in screenshot) allows you to choose the columns displayed.

What are HTML5 desktop notifications and how do I use them for Roundcube?

HTML5 notifications allow Roundcube to post notifications to your operating system. To enable desktop notifications on a Mac: Roundcube Settings, Preferences, Mailbox View. Notifications can be configured to play a sound and display alerts or banners. Source https://plugins.roundcube.net/packages/kitist/html5_notifier Version 0.5.2 https://github.com/kitist/html5_notifier/tree/master License GPL-3.0+

What does Roundcube log and how do I access the logs ?

Roundcube Logging to File Roundcube and plugins save logs to this directory /usr/local/topicdesk/roundcube/WebApp/logs/ List your available logs: ls /usr/local/topicdesk/roundcube/WebApp/logs/ The default log settings are currently: $config[‘per_user_logging’] = false; $config[‘smtp_log’] = true; $config[‘log_logins’] = false; $config[‘log_session’] = false; $config[‘imap_log_session’] = false; Defaults can change, you should check the defaults for your installation be reviewing this file: […]

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Why did Server 5.1 break Roundcube Webmail ?

It appears that Server 5.1 doesn't properly activate webapps for the two default websites. This issue only effects roundcube installations upgraded to Server 5.1 Roundcube can be installed or re-installed on Server 5.1 without issue. Quick Fix To re-activate the webapp after upgrading to Server 5.1, run this command: sudo /Applications/Server.app/Contents/ServerRoot/usr/sbin/webappctl start com.topicdesk.roundcube
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How Do I Add a Webmail Icon to the Default OS X Server Page?

Please read the complete tutorial before attempting This tutorial is valid for OS X 10.10 & 10.11 running Server app 5 To complete this tutorial you will need Terminal and your favorite text editor (Sublime Text or Adobe Brackets are great for this) and of course admin privileges. Step 1 - copy default page to Desktop To locate the correct path for your language paste this command into Terminal ls /Library/Server/Web/Data/Sites/Default/ In Terminal paste in the following code: This example is using the English version simply adjust for your default server language cp -H /Library/Server/Web/Data/Sites/Default/default.html.en ~/Desktop/default.html Step 2 Now that…
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What does the Multiple Message Selection plugin do?

The Multiple Message Selection adds a checkbox to select messages. Any action (delete, forward) will be performed for the group of selected messages. The Gear (visible in screenshot) allows you to choose the columns displayed.
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What are HTML5 desktop notifications and how do I use them for Roundcube?

HTML5 notifications allow Roundcube to post notifications to your operating system. To enable desktop notifications on a Mac: Roundcube Settings, Preferences, Mailbox View. Notifications can be configured to play a sound and display alerts or banners. Source https://plugins.roundcube.net/packages/kitist/html5_notifier Version 0.5.2 https://github.com/kitist/html5_notifier/tree/master License GPL-3.0+
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What does Roundcube log and how do I access the logs ?

Roundcube Logging to File Roundcube and plugins save logs to this directory /usr/local/topicdesk/roundcube/WebApp/logs/ List your available logs: ls /usr/local/topicdesk/roundcube/WebApp/logs/ The default log settings are currently: $config['per_user_logging'] = false; $config['smtp_log'] = true; $config['log_logins'] = false; $config['log_session'] = false; $config['imap_log_session'] = false; Defaults can change, you should check the defaults for your installation be reviewing this file: /usr/local/topicdesk/roundcube/WebApp/config/defaults.inc.php To make changes, add the proper line with your change to: /usr/local/topicdesk/roundcube/WebApp/config/config.inc.php Roundcube can display errors as they are encountered, this can be easier than reading a log file. In your roundcube configuration file: /usr/local/topicdesk/roundcube/WebApp/config/config.inc.php Add or edit the following line so you have:…
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