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RoundCube 0.8 Upgrade

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by tbutler, Aug 9, 2012.

  1. tbutler

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    Has anyone tried upgrading to a custom install of RoundCube 0.8? I'm wondering what the pitfalls might be in following the instructions on the cPanel docs site to use a custom RoundCube install. I have a lot of new users moving on to webmail, so it seems like it would be ideal if I could get the new, improved RoundCube UI out to them right now rather than months from now when it filters into the STABLE cPanel branch.

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    I'm interested in using Roundcube 0.8 too, but I'm not sure if it is supported. Has anyone tried it?
     
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    Roundcube 0.8 came out only 3 days ago. Have you started a Feature Request on this? You might like to start there.
     
  4. tbutler

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    No I did not. That's a good idea -- although my assumption was that, as I said, it will take a long time for the new version to trickle down to the STABLE branch, and I'd like to push out a "bleeding edge" update of RoundCube without necessarily moving my overall cPanel install to the same. Since the cPanel documentation includes information on using custom versions of RoundCube, I thought that might be a good way to proceed.

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