save the sent mails

Eden edencaldas at gmail.com
Tue Nov 7 18:23:30 CET 2006


I guess this can work too.

About your localization bproblem. I also had some problems with
displaying special characters (since I'm brazilian). I just had to
uncomment the following line in php.ini

default_charset = "iso-8859-1"

2006/11/7, Luciano M. Guasco <lmg at cs.uns.edu.ar>:
> OK Eden and Nipun: The problem is not the configuration! I know very
> good how the smtp, and pop are working! the problem is to try to
> maintain consistence in the sent mails from the roundcube and the client
> (Thunderbird, Eudora, etc).
> :D but I believe I'm going to write a php script to send the sent mails
> from roundcube to the users that want to maintain the consistence, and
> then apply a filter in the mail client, to redirect the new mail to sent
> folder :D
> Thanks to all! I will work hard in the Spanish location problem I have.
> May be the character encoding of the mysql databases.
>
>
> Eden wrote:
> > You can always configure their mail clients to use IMAP instead of
> > pop. It will make their mail clients work just like roundcube and
> > since they would'nt be downloading messages to their computers you can
> > backup their mail. Off course this is only used in a few cases. Just
> > wanted to share this to you.
> >
> > 2006/11/7, Nipun Jain <jain.nipun at gmail.com>:
> >> This is the way it already works. When you send a mail via RoundCube,
> >> its
> >> get stored in your Sent folder, and if you access your mail via a
> >> desktop
> >> client (thunderbird and the likes), the mails sent via RoundCube do
> >> show up
> >> in the outbox folder of the (desktop) mail client.
> >>
> >> If this is not the way how RoundCube works for you then there might
> >> be some
> >> configurational problem with your RoundCube webmail. One of the
> >> possibilities is that you are using PHP Mail function to send the mail
> >> instead of the SMTP server. Another (and more probable) possibility
> >> is that
> >> your mail server recognises your Sent Folder by the name Outbox. In RC
> >> config folder, the Sent folder is defined as Sent. So there is a
> >> configuration mismatch between RoundCube and your Mail Server. Hence
> >> RoundCube creates the Sent folder and saves the mails in that folder.
> >> But
> >> your desktop mail client recognises Outbox as your Sent folder and
> >> fetches
> >> mails from that. Since the mails sent via RC are stored in the Sent
> >> folder,
> >> which is not subscribed, it does not show in the Outbox folder of
> >> your mail
> >> client.
> >>
> >> I hope this clears it up for you. By changing the default Sent folder
> >> in RC
> >> config file, you might get it to work the way its supposed to. If you
> >> are
> >> not able to correct the problem this way, it might help if you are
> >> able to
> >> provide us with details of your mail server and RC implementation.
> >>
> >> Regards,
> >> Nipun Jain.
> >>
> >>
> >> On 11/7/06, Luciano M. Guasco <lmg at cs.uns.edu.ar> wrote:
> >> > Hi Buddies: I have this problem. When some user send emails from the
> >> > webmail, the send mail is stored in the webmail. But not in the
> >> send of
> >> > the client mail that the user uses for download mail via pop or imap.
> >> > This is not a problem, it's understandable by how work pop, imap
> >> and the
> >> > webmail. But I need to have consistence between the mails sent via the
> >> > webmail and the  mail client. First of all I think in a php script, in
> >> > the webmail page, to send the sender the email he has sent. How you
> >> got
> >> > another solution?
> >> > thanks, Luciano.
> >> >
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