It offers all of the basic
functionality one would expect, and in addition, capabilities for manipulating
sieve (server side mail filter) rules, and if you’re so inclined,
gpg/pgp. Note that storing gpg/pgp private keys on a server
is not something to be done with out careful consideration of the risks
involved. Documentation for Roundcube.
Now, you should be able to point your browser at your webserver
(https://my-ip/webmail/installer/), and get something that looks similar to this:
Here are the bits I’ve added (or lines I’ve modified) from the default/sample config.
// $config['enable_installer'] = true;
$config['default_port']=993;$config['imap_auth_type']=plain;$config['imap_conn_options']=array('ssl'=>array('verify_peer'=>false,'verfify_peer_name'=>false,),);$config['default_host']='localhost';$config['smtp_server']='ssl://mx.cryptomonkeys.com';$config['smtp_conn_options']=array('ssl'=>array('verify_peer'=>false,'verfify_peer_name'=>false,),);$config['smtp_port']=465;$config['smtp_user']='%u@%n';$config['smtp_pass']='%p';$config['product_name']='Cryptomonkeys Webmail';$config['des_key']='rcmail-!24ByteDESkey*Str';// List of active plugins (in plugins/ directory)
I’ve included the managesieve and additional_message_headers plugins.
If you’ve added a user (associated with a domain) with PostfixAdmin already,
you can login as that user and have a look around. Keep in mind, this is just
the default setup so far (we’ve added a couple plugins, but haven’t changed
any defaults yet). We can however, look at the sieve rules which are located
under settings -> filters -> roundcube.
Footnotes and References
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