Installing plugins to manually installed RoundCube installation

Olawunmi

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This thread seems to fall in line with what am doing ATM.
I installed a new roundcube webmail on a sub domain on my server. now I have issues with some plugins not working. so want to know if its as a result of installation to a sub domain
 

httpdocs

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This thread seems to fall in line with what am doing ATM.
I installed a new roundcube webmail on a sub domain on my server. now I have issues with some plugins not working. so want to know if its as a result of installation to a sub domain
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If there are any errors or logs, please submit
 

cPRex

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Hey there, @Olawunmi,

I would expect an installation of Roundcube on a subdomain to work just fine, as the location it is installed would not affect the behavior. However, the cPanel tools and support are only designed to work with the mail clients that are installed in the default location on the system with cPanel. It would be best to check the local Roundcube error log related to that client if things are not working how you are expecting.