Martin Lacina | 22 Feb 10:01 2015
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[RCD] online documentation translation

Hello,
there is almost complete translation of Slovak version of Webmail Online 
Help.
Also French translation is complete to 91%.
Could they be added to End User Documentation section on trac/wiki?

Regards
Martin Lacina
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Rodrigo Santellan | 16 Feb 20:51 2015
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Re: [RCD] dev Digest, Vol 92, Issue 6

Thomas,

Thanks for the reply.

I already load bootstrap.php and tweak a little bit the folders so roundcube can start. I'm attaching the implementation that I have to do to start working with it.

My problem is that the implementation is all over the place!! Globals are called in all the functions, I have to copy a lot of function of the class func.inc to make it work.

My question is, the globals are going out in the future? I believe is a huge rewrite of the code but it will make more usable.

Regards.

Rodrigo



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From: Rodrigo Santellan <rsantellan <at> gmail.com>
To: dev <at> lists.roundcube.net
Cc: 
Date: Wed, 11 Feb 2015 14:41:37 -0200
Subject: [RCD] Improving Round Cube Framework.
Hi,

I believe that round cube is the best web mail client.

After a lot of research I found out of the Round Cube Framework. My problem now is that I want to include a the framework in a web site that I have.

My problem is that I'm using namespaces and for what I see I have lot of problems importing it.

Is there a place where I can make a fork of only the framework to change it to use namespaces?

Regards


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From: Thomas Bruederli <thomas <at> roundcube.net>
To: Roundcube Development discussion mailing list <dev <at> lists.roundcube.net>
Cc: 
Date: Wed, 11 Feb 2015 21:48:14 +0100
Subject: Re: [RCD] Improving Round Cube Framework.
On Wed, Feb 11, 2015 at 5:41 PM, Rodrigo Santellan <rsantellan <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I believe that round cube is the best web mail client.
>
> After a lot of research I found out of the Round Cube Framework. My problem
> now is that I want to include a the framework in a web site that I have.

Great!
>
> My problem is that I'm using namespaces and for what I see I have lot of
> problems importing it.

Although our codebase doesn't use namespaces, that shouldn't be a
problem when including it. It's being used in some other projects
along with namespaced classes and Composer modules, for example in
http://git.kolab.org/iRony/ or http://git.kolab.org/kolab-freebusy/.

Simply include bootstrap.php in your main script and the Roundcube
framework will register its own autoloader to load framework classes.
You'll find an example in [1].

> Is there a place where I can make a fork of only the framework to change it
> to use namespaces?

Unfortunately not. You'd need to clone the entire roundcubemail
repository and just symlink program/lib/Roundcube into your project
directory.

We considered extracting the framework into a separate repository so
but since Roundcube webmail is almost the only active user of it,
maintaining the codebase in different repositories would only make our
daily work more complicated and code changes harder to track. But with
an increasing interest in the framework, we might change that
eventually.

Best,
Thomas

[1] http://git.kolab.org/iRony/tree/public_html/index.php#n56


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Arkadiusz Miśkiewicz | 13 Feb 15:58 2015
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[RCD] spam filtering in trac makes impossible to subscribe to tickets


Hi.

Could anyone fix spam filtering in roundcube trac?

Trying to subscribe to http://trac.roundcube.net/ticket/1489838 ticket by 
"modify ticket", mark "Add to CC" and click submit.

That ends with:

"Submission rejected as potential spam
Akismet says content is spam"

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Rodrigo Santellan | 11 Feb 17:41 2015
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[RCD] Improving Round Cube Framework.

Hi,

I believe that round cube is the best web mail client.

After a lot of research I found out of the Round Cube Framework. My problem now is that I want to include a the framework in a web site that I have.

My problem is that I'm using namespaces and for what I see I have lot of problems importing it.

Is there a place where I can make a fork of only the framework to change it to use namespaces?

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Thomas Bruederli | 9 Feb 21:05 2015
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[RCD] Roundcube Webmail 1.1.0 released

Dear subscribers

We’re proud to announce the arrival of the next major version 1.1.0 of
Roundcube webmail which is now available for download. With this
milestone we introduce new features since version 1.0 as well as some
clean-up with the 3rd party libraries:

- Allow searching across multiple folders
- Improved support for screen readers and assistive technology using
WCAG 2.0 andWAI ARIA standards
- Update to TinyMCE 4.1 to support images in HTML signatures (copy & paste)
- Added namespace filter and folder searching in folder manager
- New config option to disable UI elements/actions
- Stronger password encryption using OpenSSL
- Support for the IMAP SPECIAL-USE extension
- Support for Oracle as database backend
- Manage 3rd party libs with Composer

In addition to that, we added some new features to improve protection
against possible but yet unknown CSRF attacks - thanks to the help of
Kolab Systems who supplied the concept and development resources for
this.

Although the new security features are yet experimental and disabled
by default, our wiki describes how to enable the Secure URLs [1] and
give it a try.

And of course, this new version also includes all patches for reported
CSRF and XSS vulnerabilities previously released in the 1.0.x series.

IMPORTANT: with the 1.1.x series, we drop support for PHP < 5.3.7 and
Internet Explorer < 9.
IE7/IE8 support can be restored by enabling the ‘legacy_browser’
plugin which is part of the default package.

See the complete changelog at http://trac.roundcube.net/wiki/Changelog
and download the new packages from http://roundcube.net/download.

The download packages come in two flavors: "dependent", which requires
the manual installation of 3rd party libs using Composer and
"complete", with all the required libraries already packed into the
vendor directory and ready to run.

Best,
Thomas

[1] http://trac.roundcube.net/wiki/Howto_Config/Secure_URLs
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Avinash P | 6 Feb 23:26 2015
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[RCD] How to pass cookies or session from roundcube webmail to other application

Hi,
    I have to pass session or cookis from roundcube webmail to chat 
application for currently login users

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Sébastien BLAISOT | 30 Jan 22:08 2015

[RCD] plugins, composer and automatic_addressbook plugin

Hi all,

I'm proud to inform you that I finally found how to migrate the 
automatic_addressbook plugin from svn to git.
The tricky part was the layout change somewhere back in the project's 
history as I didn't want to loose some of the commit history.

Now as the git repo is clean and has all commit history, I published it 
on github and imported on roundcube's plugin repository.

So I began to play with composer.

When adding automatic_addressbook in my composer.json, I get it 
installed, but it installed me the dev-master branch. I thought that 
only published versions (tags) were installed unless specifically specified.

What is the correct/prefferred way to tell composer to only install 
"stable" versions of a plugin ?

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Thomas Bruederli | 24 Jan 17:09 2015
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[RCD] Security update 1.0.5 released

Dear Roundcube users

We just released a security update to the stable version 1.0 of
Roundcube webmail. Beside a recently reported Cross-Site-Scripting
vulnerability, it also contains some bug fixes and improvements we
found important for the long term support branch of Roundcube.

The fixed XSS issue is documented here: http://trac.roundcube.net/ticket/1490227

See the full changelog here: http://trac.roundcube.net/wiki/Changelog

It's considered stable and we recommend to update all productive
installations of Roundcube with this version. Download it from
http://roundcube.net/download.

And like always: backup before updating!

Kind regards,
Thomas
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Raoul Bhatia | 11 Jan 11:37 2015
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[RCD] Roundcube nginx configuration

Hi!

I have successfully (at least i think ;) ) migrated
a roundcube intallation from Apache HTTP server
to nginx + php5-fpm.

I would now like to share my configuration
so that others can use and improve it.

I could
a) provide the configuration so that we can keep it i sync with the 
.htaccess file (I would prefer that),
b) use the wiki, or
c) do something that you suggest instead.

Please let me know your preference.

Thanks,
Raoul
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Cor Bosman | 17 Dec 19:30 2014
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[RCD] bug in 1.0 branch

Hey all, the 1.0 branch has quite an annoying bug. If you email someone the following text in the body, rc will interpret it as a uuencoded message and make it a broken attachment.


"foobar begin 2015 foobar2"

This is fixed in 1.1 because of a seemingly/somewhat unrelated commit https://github.com/roundcube/roundcubemail/commit/48ba4414b33c8982f8232b06f06d68f3213aa986

Is 1.1 around the corner, and if not, any idea if this could be fixed in 1.0? We have patched it locally because of customer complaints.

Cor

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Chris Simon | 3 Dec 16:05 2014
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[RCD] Help needed

Hey,

If this has already been posted, i'm sorry, but the mailinglist isn't posting my questions and i don't get any verification that it has been posted (although that option is enabled in the mailinglist manager page)

I need some help developing my own plugin.
The basic functionality of the plugin is already working, but it currently lacks advanced settings.
I already have some basic settings, but to go more advanced, i wopuld like to add a third column in the settings page between te normal settings column (the small left one) and the actual settings (the big white one on the right) just like the column when you choose identities (where the different identities are listed) or responses (where the different responses are listed)

Can someone provide me with some help as how to make this??

 

With kind regards,

Chris

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