Folders in CVS and New Identity

Thomas Bruederli roundcube at gmail.com
Tue Jun 6 08:51:15 CEST 2006


Nipun Jain wrote:
> I am using the CVS of 5th may and have a couple of questions.
>  
> When a new user account is created then when that user logs into his
> inbox using the cvs version, only the inbox is subscribed, the sent and
> the trash folder are not. This creates a problem when deleting messages
> which gives an error and the message doesnt get deleted. However,
> sending an email does creat the sent folder.
> There is no such problem in the 0.1 beta. When a new account is created
> and the user logs in to rc beta, all three folders are there.

If you log into an IMAP account with RoundCube the first time, it only
creates a user record in the local database but does not create any
folders or subscribe to them. The folder list and subscription table
stays as it was before the RC login. When sending or deleting a message,
RC attempts to create the folders that are configured to be used for
Trash and Sent. This behavior hasn't changed since 0.1 beta.
>  
> Secondly, is there any way to auto populate the email field in the new
> identity page of roundcube? I want to automatically field the email
> field while creating a new identity with the username (i.e. the email
> address) of the user logged in. Is it possible?

There's a config parameter you could use for that:

// This domain will be used to form e-mail addresses of new users
// Specify an array with 'host' => 'domain' values to support
// multiple hosts
$rcmail_config['mail_domain'] = '';

>  
> Hope someone comes up with a solution.
>  
> Regards,
> Nipun Jain.
>  
> PS: I noticed that cvs for rc has been discontinued in favor of svn. But
> how to download the latest svn? I could not find any tarball or any
> other archive in the svn tree, only the individual files. So do I have
> to download all the rc files individually from the svn?

http://trac.roundcube.net/trac.cgi/wiki/Dev_SVN

Regards,
Thomas





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