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 The "​Web-mail"​ module is located in the "​Mail"​ menu. When the module is opened, the "​Web-mail",​ "​Settings"​ and "​Log"​ tabs will be displayed in the main window, and the "​Web-mail"​ tab will be active. The "​Web-mail"​ module is located in the "​Mail"​ menu. When the module is opened, the "​Web-mail",​ "​Settings"​ and "​Log"​ tabs will be displayed in the main window, and the "​Web-mail"​ tab will be active.
  
-=== Web-mail. ===+==== Web-mail. ​==== 
  
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 **The "Web mail" tab.** This tab displays the status of the "​Web-mail"​ service with the possibility to "​Disable"​ (or "​Enable"​ if the service is disabled) and the latest log messages. **The "Web mail" tab.** This tab displays the status of the "​Web-mail"​ service with the possibility to "​Disable"​ (or "​Enable"​ if the service is disabled) and the latest log messages.
  
-=== Settings. ===+==== Settings. ​====
  
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 **The "​Settings"​ tab.** It allows you to specify various settings for the Roundcube web-interface. **The "​Settings"​ tab.** It allows you to specify various settings for the Roundcube web-interface.
  
-== Plugins. ==+=== Plugins. ​===
  
 The "​Saving the recipient to the address book" flag is set to save the addressee in the ICS CUBE address book.  The "​Saving the recipient to the address book" flag is set to save the addressee in the ICS CUBE address book. 
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 The "​Message highlight"​ flag adds the same section in the Roundcube web interface. This section is located in the Roundcube settings. The "​Message highlight"​ flag adds the same section in the Roundcube web interface. This section is located in the Roundcube settings.
  
-== Answer options. ==+=== Answer options. ​===
  
 It allows you to set one of three options when forming a response to an email: It allows you to set one of three options when forming a response to an email:
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   * "Use subscribe":​ it allows you to add the signature automatically to the message you are creating. It only works for Roundcube. Please note that the signature is automatically generated only for accounts created after setting up the signature. Changes made to an existing signature will only be applied to newly created mailboxes after the changes are made. You can use variables in the signature in the form - [variable name]. Possible values of variables: cn (user name), ou (group where the user is located), mail (mail address), description (user'​s "​description"​ field), notes (user'​s "​comment"​ field), telephonenumber (user'​s "​phone"​ field), title (user'​s "job title" field), url (user'​s "​website"​ field), postaladdress (user'​s "​address"​ field), pager (user'​s "​icq"​ field), ounotes (user'​s group "​description"​ field). Values of variables are taken from the user's description. To insert images, use image encoding in data:url. This is done as follows: by using the http://​dataurl.net/#​dataurlmaker service (or similar) the image is converted to the <img src="​data:​image/​png;​… " …> format, and then the resulting text is inserted into the html code of the signature.   * "Use subscribe":​ it allows you to add the signature automatically to the message you are creating. It only works for Roundcube. Please note that the signature is automatically generated only for accounts created after setting up the signature. Changes made to an existing signature will only be applied to newly created mailboxes after the changes are made. You can use variables in the signature in the form - [variable name]. Possible values of variables: cn (user name), ou (group where the user is located), mail (mail address), description (user'​s "​description"​ field), notes (user'​s "​comment"​ field), telephonenumber (user'​s "​phone"​ field), title (user'​s "job title" field), url (user'​s "​website"​ field), postaladdress (user'​s "​address"​ field), pager (user'​s "​icq"​ field), ounotes (user'​s group "​description"​ field). Values of variables are taken from the user's description. To insert images, use image encoding in data:url. This is done as follows: by using the http://​dataurl.net/#​dataurlmaker service (or similar) the image is converted to the <img src="​data:​image/​png;​… " …> format, and then the resulting text is inserted into the html code of the signature.
  
-== Roundcube logo. ==+=== Roundcube logo. ===
  
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mail_webmail.txt · Last modified: 2020/06/11 16:49 by zog