How do I change the roundcube logo to my own?

Discussion in 'Plugins/Modules/Addons' started by zustudios, Aug 30, 2016.

  1. zustudios

    zustudios Member

  2. Jesse Norell

    Jesse Norell Well-Known Member Staff Member Howtoforge Staff

    Looks like you set the location via $config['s kin_logo'] (withought the space char between 's' and 'kin', which appears to be a banned word in the forums here):
  3. zustudios

    zustudios Member

    Ok,seems like it will work except where is the "images" folder I uploaded it to /etc/roundcube/header_logo.png . It looked like it tried to change it but the picture is broken.
    I uploaded it to: /usr/share/roundcube/skins/larry/images/ I changed the picture to roundcube_logo.png

    I made changes to: /etc/roundcube/
    Last edited: Aug 30, 2016

    VVCARES1 New Member

    To change the roundcube webmail login page attributes via custom config file..
    Actually roundcube is very flexible to change many things. All the attributes are in the main config file to play over. Here the idea we provide is not to go and change anything on the original config file, but we adding our custom webmail config file together with the original. So,in future if there is any updates, we simply just include this custom file again - That's it..!
    Tricks to change Roundcube webmail title, logo image, f
    ref: vvcares blog
    Create a new file called ''
    Include these attributes inside the php file
    $rcmail_config['username_domain'] = '%n';
    preg_match("/[^\.\/]+\.[^\.\/]+$/", $_SERVER['HTTP_HOST'], $matches);
    $rcmail_config['product_name'] = $matches[0];
    $rcmail_config['skin_logo'] = '../logo.png';

    Place this file into the same location of the original config file (Eg: /etc/roundcube/
    Include this file entry at after the very last line of the roundcube webmail's
    // end of config file
    include '';

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