Posts by Nuxwin

    I don't agree with that. The domain owner usually doesn't know what for example abuse emails mean. In most of the cases the owner him- or herself doesn't have that tecnical knowledge but the reseller or servers administrator has. I think it would be good to make it settable.

    The bla bla on that subject is irrelevant. You have the RFC that would help to answer your question.


    To answer your question: No there is no way to override default postmaster, abuse and so on email address. However you're free to create a feature request on our bug tracker.


    See https://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc2142.txt

    As long as you update the roundcube instance by yourself, you cannot ask us for any support. What you expect from our side exactly? We deliver roundcube as a package and we adjust i-MSCP core according the roundcube version that we deliver. If you update to a newest Roundcube version that hasn't been tested by us, you cannot complain if you get any error message.

    I updated roundcube to Version 1.3.10 and now I get this:


    Invalid request! No data was saved.

    i-mscp is the latest.

    Can someone help me, please?

    As long as you update the roundcube instance by yourself, you cannot ask us for any support. What you expect from our side exactly? We deliver roundcube as a package and we adjust i-MSCP core according the roundcube version that we deliver. If you update to a newest Roundcube version that hasn't been tested by us, you cannot complain if you get any error message.

    Scott Brown


    Problem has been fixed. It was due to the fact that there was an APT pinning on old openssl ;)


    Summary

    1. Server has been updated: apt-get update && apt-get dist-upgrade
    2. Server has been rebooted (due to kernel update)
    3. APT pinning on openssl has been removed from the /etc/apt/preferences.d/imscp APT preferences file
    4. openssl has been upgraded: apt-get dist-upgrade
    5. Error field of the LetsEncrypt plugin has been reset to NULL in the i-MSCP database
    6. The i-MSCP request manager has been executed to retry the LetsEncrypt plugin installation:


    Thank you for using our services. Please connect to the control panel interface and check that all is working as expected.

    This can be an ehancement for next version. Please create an issue on the private repo and if you have not access yet, give us your github username so that we can give you access to it.

    The updated git worked for me i was able to install letsencrypt without an issue. When i went to install spam assassin first i got an error about not being able to find webmail_packages in /etc/imscp/imscp.conf. Easy enough to fix just added that from a back up i had that showed it. After that i get an error about

    Adding the package name back in the imscp.conf configuration file is OF COURSE not sufficient. You need make sure that Roundcube is effectively installed. Please, rerun the i-MSCP installer as follow: perl imscp-autoinstall -dr webmail_client_packages and when asked for the webmails to install, select roundcube...


    Please don't forget, the git version can have bugs...