Roundcube Webmail

Amphibian

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Was Roundcube Webamil included with Elastix as a web available web client for use by admin or is it available to all users of local PBX, and, what is the default user/passwd for access?

Not finding much info on this site in english under search tools.

Is it required gain access to the mail on pbx server to obtain e-mails from server or can I just use any client within network to obtain e-mails?

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William
 

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Roundcube is available to everyone that you set it up for. It is just webmail you can't access it from client software like outlook etc... The administrator of the PBX must set up the domain and user accounts in the email tab of the elastix. Then you can have your users go to "https://{ip_of_elastix}/mail/" to log in. Remember the user name for the roundcube would be "the_user_name_you_setup.the_domain_you_set_up" for example "bob.yourdomain.com".
 

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Hopefully to avoid confusion, Roundcube is a web-based "server" that also "proxies" is a "client" for your account of the underlying mail server native to Elastix, running on (usually) the same box as Elastix, It can "serve" your email account ubiquitously to any web browser anywhere, There are many other email clients, than can access The Elastix email server directly (assuming you have set up your firewall appropriately) , Outlook, Outlook Express, Eudora, the list is endless, use the mail client of your choice, including Roundcube, (IMAP and POP3 are both supported (and their "secure" cousins).))
 

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Thank you very much for the info, understand what the purpose of it is now.

William
 

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