Roundcube customization by ISPConfig

  • Posted March 20, 2014

Hi everybody,

I installed with success roundcube by ISPConfig and it works I visualize: http://www.domain.ext/webmail

I would like to have webmail.domain.ext How can I fix it?

Thanks in advance Regards


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Hmm it doesn’t like the reversed “>” sign and just deletes everything on a line after it here. <br> <br>there should be >VirtualHost *:80> at the start and >/VirtualHost> at the end of the 3. part. <br> <br>Hope it works this time and the “>” sign should ofc be turned the right way when you insert it.

Edit to last post: <br> <br>seems like it didn’t wanted to have the “<” sign <br> <br>3. at the very start there should be <VirtualHost *:80> and at the end there should be </VirtualHost>

Hello Paolo <br> <br>You can create a virtual host in Apache that points to your roundcube directory. Then make sure that webmail.domain.tld points to the server which is running your roundcube. <br> <br>A quick example: <br> <br>1. go to /etc/apache2/sites-available <br> <br>2. then create a new file called webmail.domain.tld <br> <br>3. inside that file insert the following <br><VirtualHost *:80> <br> DocumentRoot /your/path/to/roundcube <br> DirectoryIndex index.php <br> ServerName webmail.domain.tld <br></VirtualHost> <br> <br>4. use the command --> a2ensite webmail.domain.tld <br> <br>5. use the command --> service apache2 reload <br> <br>6. make sure your DNS is pointing webmail.domain.tld to your server with Roundcube.