I installed roundcube in my website and set webmail.example.com to go to it. It works fine and great, but I went and changed the webmail setting in httpd-custom.conf to point to roundcube. So when clients click webmail it goes to roundcube. Now I get an error can’t connect to the database, but the error only show if I click the webmail link in siteworx. If I go to webmail.example.com it works just fine. Any ideas.
The link in SiteWorx doesn’t go to mydomain.com/webmail it goes to
In that case then, you’ll need to be changing the /home/interworx/etc/httpd.conf (from memory) to change the Iworx instance of /webmail.
Beware however, it may get overwritten with an Iworx update.
I think you mean:
Do NOT edit the InterWorx httpd.conf file without consulting with one of our developers.
And yes I believe that file could be overwritten in an update. From the date on the one on my personal box it was edited around the time upgraded to the 3.0 RC.
You could also create your own custom theme and hard code the link.
Sorry, yes - I wasn’t logged into a machine at the time, hence the ‘from memory’.
Thanks for the clarification Tim
Thanks guys I will work with some of that. The only real reason I like Roundcube is for the look. Horde and Squirrelmail have more features but are not very eye appealing.
Also I have been messing with the theme a little bit. Were would that be hardcoded at?
[quote=bmartin;14045]Thanks guys I will work with some of that. The only real reason I like Roundcube is for the look. Horde and Squirrelmail have more features but are not very eye appealing.
Also I have been messing with the theme a little bit. Were would that be hardcoded at?[/quote]
I’m partial to roundcube myself. When the final release comes out maybe we can add it as a ScriptWorx module or something. It looks nice and the drag and drop moving of messages is awesome but you can’t use filters, change your email password, or (I think) save an address book. Hopefully in a future release
I’m not looking at it now but I’d edit the tpl file for the email overview page or the menu. Understand that when you use your own custom theme every time we add or move something in NodeWorx/SiteWorx you need to manually change those things in your custom theme. For that reason it’s best to start with one of our themes and keep track of the changes you made each time.
Actually if you creat a database for it you can store address book entries.
I did edit the menu.tpl where I thought it was but the change didn’t stick or seem to work.
From what I have seen, RoundCube looks like a scaled down version of AtMail, which I really like, wish I could justify it.