roundcube mail and pop3 display name prob. - bw and web space probs.

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by didan, May 23, 2006.

  1. didan

    didan New Member


    how to set default roundcube webmail display name and mail adr. in personal settings "Identities" "Display Name" and "E-Mail"

    my default name and mail is "web1_name" and mail adr. is [email protected]...

    why "www" ???

    ok display name is not importance but i want defult set. e-mail adr. with out "www" hostname..

    and for all domains i add co-domain with out "www" hostname .. because i create new site without hostname.. ispc add "www" host for all domains by default.. i hate this :(( ...
    and i create only site without Co-Domains.. my website running only with and mails deivered to [email protected] ....
    and for reason i add co-domains ... etc... in roundcube and pop3 mails always my mail adr or "Delivered-To: [email protected]"

    my ISPConfig virtusertable Configuration File

    [email protected] web1_name
    [email protected] web1_name
    [email protected] web1_name


    and bandwidth (traffic) limit not work for sites..
    web_space mb for users default settings is "-1" ... what this ? and i set "0" for disable user web ... but not work.

  2. Hans

    Hans Moderator Moderator

    Same problems here

    Hi there.
    I want you to know that i have the same problems here.
    I guess Roundcube is not functioning as it should be. At least not on my Debian system. I have read others have problems too.
    I like the GUI of Roundcube, but that is the only possitive thing i can say about it at the moment.

    In case of future updates: maybe it is a good idea to mention the date of the Roundcube package at
    When that info is available we know if it is updated or not (yet).
    (Same as for Uebimiau).

  3. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    Roundcube is still the first version. You are right, I will add a version number when we have a new release.

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