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Robin Thoni 3 years ago
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+version: '2'
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+
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+services:
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+    database:
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+        build: ./postgresql
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+        container_name: roundcube-postgresql
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+        networks:
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+            roundcube.internal.docker:
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+                aliases:
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+                    - postgresql.roundcube.internal.docker
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+        volumes:
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+            - ./data/postgresql/data:/var/lib/postgresql/data
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+        ports:
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+            - "34010:5432"
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+        env_file:
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+            - env
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+
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+    roundcube:
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+        build: ./roundcube
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+        container_name: roundcube-roundcube
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+        networks:
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+            roundcube.internal.docker:
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+                aliases:
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+                    - roundcube.roundcube.internal.docker
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+        ports:
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+            - "34011:80"
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+        env_file:
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+            - env
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+        extra_hosts:
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+            - "test-mx.rthoni.com:192.168.56.102"
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+
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+networks:
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+    roundcube.internal.docker:

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+POSTGRES_HOST=postgresql.roundcube.internal.docker
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+POSTGRES_USER=roundcube
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+POSTGRES_PASSWORD=pg_password
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+POSTGRES_DB=roundcube
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+
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+IMAP_HOST=tls://test-mx.rthoni.com
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+SMTP_HOST=tls://test-mx.rthoni.com
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+SIEVE_HOST=test-mx.rthoni.com
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+DES_KEY=CHANGE_IT

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+-- Roundcube Webmail initial database structure
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+
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+--
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+-- Sequence "users_seq"
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+-- Name: users_seq; Type: SEQUENCE; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
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+--
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+
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+CREATE SEQUENCE users_seq
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+    INCREMENT BY 1
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+    NO MAXVALUE
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+    NO MINVALUE
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+    CACHE 1;
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+
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+--
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+-- Table "users"
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+-- Name: users; Type: TABLE; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
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+--
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+
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+CREATE TABLE users (
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+    user_id integer DEFAULT nextval('users_seq'::text) PRIMARY KEY,
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+    username varchar(128) DEFAULT '' NOT NULL,
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+    mail_host varchar(128) DEFAULT '' NOT NULL,
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+    created timestamp with time zone DEFAULT now() NOT NULL,
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+    last_login timestamp with time zone DEFAULT NULL,
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+    failed_login timestamp with time zone DEFAULT NULL,
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+    failed_login_counter integer DEFAULT NULL,
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+    "language" varchar(5),
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+    preferences text DEFAULT ''::text NOT NULL,
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+    CONSTRAINT users_username_key UNIQUE (username, mail_host)
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+);
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+
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+
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+--
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+-- Table "session"
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+-- Name: session; Type: TABLE; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
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+--
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+
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+CREATE TABLE "session" (
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+    sess_id varchar(128) DEFAULT '' PRIMARY KEY,
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+    created timestamp with time zone DEFAULT now() NOT NULL,
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+    changed timestamp with time zone DEFAULT now() NOT NULL,
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+    ip varchar(41) NOT NULL,
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+    vars text NOT NULL
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+);
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+
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+CREATE INDEX session_changed_idx ON session (changed);
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+
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+
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+--
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+-- Sequence "identities_seq"
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+-- Name: identities_seq; Type: SEQUENCE; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
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+--
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+
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+CREATE SEQUENCE identities_seq
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+    START WITH 1
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+    INCREMENT BY 1
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+    NO MAXVALUE
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+    NO MINVALUE
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+    CACHE 1;
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+
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+--
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+-- Table "identities"
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+-- Name: identities; Type: TABLE; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
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+--
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+
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+CREATE TABLE identities (
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+    identity_id integer DEFAULT nextval('identities_seq'::text) PRIMARY KEY,
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+    user_id integer NOT NULL
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+        REFERENCES users (user_id) ON DELETE CASCADE ON UPDATE CASCADE,
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+    changed timestamp with time zone DEFAULT now() NOT NULL,
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+    del smallint DEFAULT 0 NOT NULL,
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+    standard smallint DEFAULT 0 NOT NULL,
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+    name varchar(128) NOT NULL,
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+    organization varchar(128),
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+    email varchar(128) NOT NULL,
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+    "reply-to" varchar(128),
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+    bcc varchar(128),
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+    signature text,
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+    html_signature integer DEFAULT 0 NOT NULL
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+);
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+
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+CREATE INDEX identities_user_id_idx ON identities (user_id, del);
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+CREATE INDEX identities_email_idx ON identities (email, del);
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+
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+
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+--
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+-- Sequence "contacts_seq"
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+-- Name: contacts_seq; Type: SEQUENCE; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
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+--
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+
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+CREATE SEQUENCE contacts_seq
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+    START WITH 1
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+    INCREMENT BY 1
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+    NO MAXVALUE
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+    NO MINVALUE
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+    CACHE 1;
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+
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+--
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+-- Table "contacts"
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+-- Name: contacts; Type: TABLE; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
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+--
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+
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+CREATE TABLE contacts (
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+    contact_id integer DEFAULT nextval('contacts_seq'::text) PRIMARY KEY,
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+    user_id integer NOT NULL
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+        REFERENCES users (user_id) ON DELETE CASCADE ON UPDATE CASCADE,
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+    changed timestamp with time zone DEFAULT now() NOT NULL,
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+    del smallint DEFAULT 0 NOT NULL,
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+    name varchar(128) DEFAULT '' NOT NULL,
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+    email text DEFAULT '' NOT NULL,
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+    firstname varchar(128) DEFAULT '' NOT NULL,
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+    surname varchar(128) DEFAULT '' NOT NULL,
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+    vcard text,
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+    words text
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+);
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+
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+CREATE INDEX contacts_user_id_idx ON contacts (user_id, del);
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+
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+--
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+-- Sequence "contactgroups_seq"
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+-- Name: contactgroups_seq; Type: SEQUENCE; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
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+--
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+
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+CREATE SEQUENCE contactgroups_seq
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+    INCREMENT BY 1
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+    NO MAXVALUE
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+    NO MINVALUE
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+    CACHE 1;
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+
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+--
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+-- Table "contactgroups"
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+-- Name: contactgroups; Type: TABLE; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
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+--
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+
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+CREATE TABLE contactgroups (
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+    contactgroup_id integer DEFAULT nextval('contactgroups_seq'::text) PRIMARY KEY,
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+    user_id integer NOT NULL
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+        REFERENCES users(user_id) ON DELETE CASCADE ON UPDATE CASCADE,
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+    changed timestamp with time zone DEFAULT now() NOT NULL,
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+    del smallint NOT NULL DEFAULT 0,
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+    name varchar(128) NOT NULL DEFAULT ''
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+);
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+
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+CREATE INDEX contactgroups_user_id_idx ON contactgroups (user_id, del);
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+
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+--
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+-- Table "contactgroupmembers"
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+-- Name: contactgroupmembers; Type: TABLE; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
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+--
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+
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+CREATE TABLE contactgroupmembers (
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+    contactgroup_id integer NOT NULL
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+        REFERENCES contactgroups(contactgroup_id) ON DELETE CASCADE ON UPDATE CASCADE,
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+    contact_id integer NOT NULL
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+        REFERENCES contacts(contact_id) ON DELETE CASCADE ON UPDATE CASCADE,
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+    created timestamp with time zone DEFAULT now() NOT NULL,
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+    PRIMARY KEY (contactgroup_id, contact_id)
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+);
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+
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+CREATE INDEX contactgroupmembers_contact_id_idx ON contactgroupmembers (contact_id);
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+
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+--
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+-- Table "cache"
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+-- Name: cache; Type: TABLE; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
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+--
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+
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+CREATE TABLE "cache" (
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+    user_id integer NOT NULL
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+        REFERENCES users (user_id) ON DELETE CASCADE ON UPDATE CASCADE,
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+    cache_key varchar(128) DEFAULT '' NOT NULL,
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+    created timestamp with time zone DEFAULT now() NOT NULL,
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+    expires timestamp with time zone DEFAULT NULL,
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+    data text NOT NULL
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+);
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+
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+CREATE INDEX cache_user_id_idx ON "cache" (user_id, cache_key);
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+CREATE INDEX cache_expires_idx ON "cache" (expires);
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+
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+--
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+-- Table "cache_shared"
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+-- Name: cache_shared; Type: TABLE; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
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+--
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+
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+CREATE TABLE "cache_shared" (
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+    cache_key varchar(255) NOT NULL,
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+    created timestamp with time zone DEFAULT now() NOT NULL,
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+    expires timestamp with time zone DEFAULT NULL,
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+    data text NOT NULL
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+);
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+
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+CREATE INDEX cache_shared_cache_key_idx ON "cache_shared" (cache_key);
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+CREATE INDEX cache_shared_expires_idx ON "cache_shared" (expires);
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+
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+--
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+-- Table "cache_index"
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+-- Name: cache_index; Type: TABLE; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
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+--
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+
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+CREATE TABLE cache_index (
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+    user_id integer NOT NULL
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+        REFERENCES users (user_id) ON DELETE CASCADE ON UPDATE CASCADE,
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+    mailbox varchar(255) NOT NULL,
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+    expires timestamp with time zone DEFAULT NULL,
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+    valid smallint NOT NULL DEFAULT 0,
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+    data text NOT NULL,
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+    PRIMARY KEY (user_id, mailbox)
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+);
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+
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+CREATE INDEX cache_index_expires_idx ON cache_index (expires);
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+
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+--
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+-- Table "cache_thread"
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+-- Name: cache_thread; Type: TABLE; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
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+--
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+
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+CREATE TABLE cache_thread (
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+    user_id integer NOT NULL
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+        REFERENCES users (user_id) ON DELETE CASCADE ON UPDATE CASCADE,
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+    mailbox varchar(255) NOT NULL,
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+    expires timestamp with time zone DEFAULT NULL,
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+    data text NOT NULL,
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+    PRIMARY KEY (user_id, mailbox)
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+);
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+
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+CREATE INDEX cache_thread_expires_idx ON cache_thread (expires);
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+
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+--
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+-- Table "cache_messages"
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+-- Name: cache_messages; Type: TABLE; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
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+--
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+
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+CREATE TABLE cache_messages (
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+    user_id integer NOT NULL
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+        REFERENCES users (user_id) ON DELETE CASCADE ON UPDATE CASCADE,
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+    mailbox varchar(255) NOT NULL,
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+    uid integer NOT NULL,
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+    expires timestamp with time zone DEFAULT NULL,
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+    data text NOT NULL,
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+    flags integer NOT NULL DEFAULT 0,
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+    PRIMARY KEY (user_id, mailbox, uid)
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+);
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+
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+CREATE INDEX cache_messages_expires_idx ON cache_messages (expires);
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+
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+--
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+-- Table "dictionary"
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+-- Name: dictionary; Type: TABLE; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
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+--
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+
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+CREATE TABLE dictionary (
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+    user_id integer DEFAULT NULL
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+        REFERENCES users (user_id) ON DELETE CASCADE ON UPDATE CASCADE,
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+   "language" varchar(5) NOT NULL,
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+    data text NOT NULL,
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+    CONSTRAINT dictionary_user_id_language_key UNIQUE (user_id, "language")
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+);
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+
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+--
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+-- Sequence "searches_seq"
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+-- Name: searches_seq; Type: SEQUENCE; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
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+--
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+
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+CREATE SEQUENCE searches_seq
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+    INCREMENT BY 1
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+    NO MAXVALUE
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+    NO MINVALUE
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+    CACHE 1;
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+
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+--
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+-- Table "searches"
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+-- Name: searches; Type: TABLE; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
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+--
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+
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+CREATE TABLE searches (
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+    search_id integer DEFAULT nextval('searches_seq'::text) PRIMARY KEY,
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+    user_id integer NOT NULL
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+        REFERENCES users (user_id) ON DELETE CASCADE ON UPDATE CASCADE,
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+    "type" smallint DEFAULT 0 NOT NULL,
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+    name varchar(128) NOT NULL,
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+    data text NOT NULL,
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+    CONSTRAINT searches_user_id_key UNIQUE (user_id, "type", name)
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+);
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+
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+
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+--
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+-- Table "system"
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+-- Name: system; Type: TABLE; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
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+--
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+
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+CREATE TABLE "system" (
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+    name varchar(64) NOT NULL PRIMARY KEY,
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+    value text
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+);
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+
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+INSERT INTO system (name, value) VALUES ('roundcube-version', '2015111100');

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+FROM debian:jessie
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+
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+# FROM https://github.com/ZHAJOR/Docker-Apache-2.4-Php-5.6-for-Laravel
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+MAINTAINER Robin Thoni <robin@rthoni.com>
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+
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+
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+RUN apt-get update && apt-get -y install\
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+        apache2=2.4.*\
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+        libapache2-mod-php5\
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+        php5\
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+        php5-mcrypt\
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+        php5-pgsql\
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+        php5-mysql\
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+        php5-gd\
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+        php5-curl\
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+        php5-intl\
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+        php5-ldap\
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+        php5-imap &&\
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+        apt-get clean && rm -rf /var/lib/apt/lists/* /tmp/* /var/tmp/* &&\
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+        /usr/sbin/a2enmod rewrite &&\
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+        rm -rf /var/www/html &&\
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+        mkdir -p /var/lock/apache2 /var/run/apache2 /var/log/apache2 /var/www/html &&\
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+        chown -R www-data:www-data /var/lock/apache2 /var/run/apache2 /var/log/apache2 /var/www/html &&\
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+        ln -sf /dev/stderr /var/log/apache2/error.log &&\
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+        ln -sf /dev/stdout /var/log/apache2/access.log
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+
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+COPY ./apache2.conf /etc/apache2/apache2.conf
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+
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+COPY run.sh /run.sh
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+
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+EXPOSE 80
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+
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+COPY ./roundcubemail-1.2.2/ /var/www/html/
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+
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+CMD ["/run.sh"]

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+# see http://sources.debian.net/src/apache2/2.4.10-1/debian/config-dir/apache2.conf
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+
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+Mutex file:/var/lock/apache2 default
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+PidFile /var/run/apache2/apache2.pid
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+Timeout 300
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+KeepAlive On
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+MaxKeepAliveRequests 100
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+KeepAliveTimeout 5
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+User www-data
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+Group www-data
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+HostnameLookups Off
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+ErrorLog /var/log/apache2/error.log
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+LogLevel warn
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+
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+IncludeOptional mods-enabled/*.load
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+IncludeOptional mods-enabled/*.conf
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+
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+# ports.conf
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+Listen 80
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+<IfModule ssl_module>
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+    Listen 443
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+</IfModule>
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+<IfModule mod_gnutls.c>
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+    Listen 443
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+</IfModule>
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+
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+DocumentRoot "/var/www/html/"
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+
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+<Directory />
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+    Options FollowSymLinks
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+    AllowOverride None
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+    Require all denied
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+</Directory>
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+
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+<Directory /var/www/html/>
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+    Options FollowSymLinks
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+    AllowOverride All
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+    Require all granted
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+</Directory>
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+
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+
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+
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+LogFormat "%v:%p %h %l %u %t \"%r\" %>s %O \"%{Referer}i\" \"%{User-Agent}i\"" vhost_combined
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+LogFormat "%h %l %u %t \"%r\" %>s %O \"%{Referer}i\" \"%{User-Agent}i\"" combined
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+LogFormat "%h %l %u %t \"%r\" %>s %O" common
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+LogFormat "%{Referer}i -> %U" referer
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+LogFormat "%{User-agent}i" agent
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+
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+CustomLog /var/log/apache2/access.log combined
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+
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+<FilesMatch \.php$>
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+    SetHandler application/x-httpd-php
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+</FilesMatch>
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+
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+# Multiple DirectoryIndex directives within the same context will add
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+# to the list of resources to look for rather than replace
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+# https://httpd.apache.org/docs/current/mod/mod_dir.html#directoryindex
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+DirectoryIndex disabled
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+DirectoryIndex index.php index.html

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+# WARNING: For PHP 7 the module name in the line below need to be modified!
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+<IfModule mod_php5.c>
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+php_flag    display_errors  Off
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+php_flag    log_errors      On
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+# php_value    error_log    logs/errors
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+
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+php_value   upload_max_filesize   5M
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+php_value   post_max_size         6M
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+php_value   memory_limit          64M
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+
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+php_flag    register_globals            Off
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+php_flag    zlib.output_compression     Off
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+php_flag    magic_quotes_gpc            Off
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+php_flag    magic_quotes_runtime        Off
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+php_flag    suhosin.session.encrypt     Off
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+
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+#php_value   session.cookie_path     /
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+#php_value   session.hash_function   sha256
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+php_flag    session.auto_start       Off
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+php_value   session.gc_maxlifetime   21600
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+php_value   session.gc_divisor       500
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+php_value   session.gc_probability   1
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+</IfModule>
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+
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+<IfModule mod_rewrite.c>
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+Options +SymLinksIfOwnerMatch
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+RewriteEngine On
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+RewriteRule ^favicon\.ico$ skins/larry/images/favicon.ico
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+
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+# security rules:
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+# - deny access to files not containing a dot or starting with a dot
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+#   in all locations except installer directory
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+RewriteRule ^(?!installer|\.well-known\/|[a-zA-Z0-9]{16})(\.?[^\.]+)$ - [F]
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+# - deny access to some locations
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+RewriteRule ^/?(\.git|\.tx|SQL|bin|config|logs|temp|tests|program\/(include|lib|localization|steps)) - [F]
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+# - deny access to some documentation files
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+RewriteRule /?(README\.md|composer\.json-dist|composer\.json|package\.xml|Dockerfile)$ - [F]
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+</IfModule>
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+
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+<IfModule mod_deflate.c>
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+SetOutputFilter DEFLATE
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+</IfModule>
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+
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+<IfModule mod_headers.c>
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+# replace 'append' with 'merge' for Apache version 2.2.9 and later
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+#Header append Cache-Control public env=!NO_CACHE
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+# for better privacy/security ask browsers to not set the Referer
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+#Header set Content-Security-Policy "referrer no-referrer"
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+</IfModule>
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+
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+<IfModule mod_expires.c>
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+ExpiresActive On
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+ExpiresDefault "access plus 1 month"
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+</IfModule>
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+
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+FileETag MTime Size
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+
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+<IfModule mod_autoindex.c>
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+Options -Indexes
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+</ifModule>

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+INTRODUCTION
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+============
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+
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+This file describes the basic steps to install Roundcube Webmail on your
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+web server. For additional information, please also consult the project's
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+wiki page at http://trac.roundcube.net/wiki
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+
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+
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+REQUIREMENTS
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+============
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+
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+* The Apache, Lighttpd, Cherokee or Hiawatha web server
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+* .htaccess support allowing overrides for DirectoryIndex
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+* PHP Version 5.3.7 or greater including:
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+   - PCRE, DOM, JSON, Session, Sockets, OpenSSL, Mbstring (required)
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+   - PHP PDO with driver for either MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQL Server, Oracle or SQLite (required)
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+   - Libiconv, Zip, Fileinfo, Intl, Exif (recommended)
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+   - LDAP for LDAP addressbook support (optional)
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+* PEAR and PEAR packages distributed with Roundcube or external:
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+   - Mail_Mime 1.10.0 or newer
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+   - Net_SMTP 1.7.1 or newer
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+   - Net_Socket 1.0.12 or newer
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+   - Net_IDNA2 0.1.1 or newer
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+   - Auth_SASL 1.0.6 or newer
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+   - Net_Sieve 1.3.2 or newer (for managesieve plugin)
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+   - Crypt_GPG 1.4.1 or newer (for enigma plugin)
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+* php.ini options (see .htaccess file):
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+   - error_reporting E_ALL & ~E_NOTICE (or lower)
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+   - memory_limit > 16MB (increase as suitable to support large attachments)
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+   - file_uploads enabled (for attachment upload features)
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+   - session.auto_start disabled
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+   - suhosin.session.encrypt disabled
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+   - mbstring.func_overload disabled
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+   - magic_quotes_runtime disabled
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+   - magic_quotes_sybase disabled
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+   - register_globals disabled (PHP < 5.4)
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+* A MySQL (4.0.8 or newer), PostgreSQL, MS SQL Server (2005 or newer), Oracle
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+  database or SQLite support in PHP
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+* One of the above databases with permission to create tables
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+* An SMTP server (recommended) or PHP configured for mail delivery
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+* Composer installed either locally or globally (optional, for plugin installation)
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+
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+
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+INSTALLATION
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+============
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+
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+1. Decompress and put this folder somewhere inside your document root
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+2. Make sure that the following directories (and the files within)
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+   are writable by the webserver
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+   - /temp
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+   - /logs
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+3. Create a new database and a database user for Roundcube (see DATABASE SETUP)
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+4. Point your browser to http://url-to-roundcube/installer/
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+5. Follow the instructions of the install script (or see MANUAL CONFIGURATION)
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+6. After creating and testing the configuration, remove the installer directory
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+7. Check Known Issues section of this file
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+
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+
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+CONFIGURATION HINTS
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+===================
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+
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+IMPORTANT! Read all comments in defaults.inc.php, understand them
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+and configure your installation to be not surprised by default behaviour.
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+
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+Roundcube writes internal errors to the 'errors' log file located in the logs
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+directory which can be configured in config/config.inc.php. If you want ordinary
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+PHP errors to be logged there as well, enable the 'php_value error_log' line
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+in the .htaccess file and set the path to the log file accordingly.
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+
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+By default the session_path settings of PHP are not modified by Roundcube.
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+However if you want to limit the session cookies to the directory where
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+Roundcube resides you can uncomment and configure the according line
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+in the .htaccess file.
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+
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+
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+DATABASE SETUP
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+==============
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+
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+Note: Database for Roundcube must use UTF-8 character set.
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+Note: See defaults.inc.php file for examples of DSN configuration.
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+
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+* MySQL
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+-------
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+Setting up the mysql database can be done by creating an empty database,
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+importing the table layout and granting the proper permissions to the
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+roundcube user. Here is an example of that procedure:
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+
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+# mysql
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+> CREATE DATABASE roundcubemail /*!40101 CHARACTER SET utf8 COLLATE utf8_general_ci */;
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+> GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON roundcubemail.* TO roundcube@localhost
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+    IDENTIFIED BY 'password';
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+> quit
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+
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+# mysql roundcubemail < SQL/mysql.initial.sql
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+
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+Note 1: 'password' is the master password for the roundcube user. It is strongly
97
+recommended you replace this with a more secure password. Please keep in
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+mind: You need to specify this password later in 'config/db.inc.php'.
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+
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+
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+* SQLite
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+--------
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+Versions of sqlite database engine older than 3 aren't supported.
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+Database file and structure is created automatically by Roundcube.
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+Make sure your configuration points to some file location and that the
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+webserver can write to the file and the directory containing the file.
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+
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+
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+* PostgreSQL
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+------------
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+To use Roundcube with PostgreSQL support you have to follow these
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+simple steps, which have to be done as the postgres system user (or
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+which ever is the database superuser):
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+
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+$ createuser -P roundcube
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+$ createdb -O roundcube -E UNICODE roundcubemail
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+$ psql -U roundcube -f SQL/postgres.initial.sql roundcubemail
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+
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+Note: in some system configurations you might need to add '-U postgres' to
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+createuser and createdb commands.
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+
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+
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+* Microsoft SQL Server
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+----------------------
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+Language/locale of the database must be set to us_english (1033). More info
126
+on this at http://trac.roundcube.net/ticket/1488918.
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+
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+
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+Database cleaning
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+-----------------
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+To keep your database slick and clean we recommend to periodically execute
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+bin/cleandb.sh which finally removes all records that are marked as deleted.
133
+Best solution is to install a cronjob running this script daily.
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+
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+
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+MANUAL CONFIGURATION
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+====================
138
+
139
+First of all, copy the sample configuration file config/config.inc.php.sample
140
+to config/config.inc.php and make the necessary adjustments according to your
141
+environment and your needs. More configuration options can be copied from the
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+config/defaults.inc.php file into your local config.inc.php file as needed.
143
+Read the comments above the individual configuration options to find out what
144
+they do or read http://trac.roundcube.net/wiki/Howto_Install for even more
145
+guidance.
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+
147
+You can also modify the default .htaccess file. This is necessary to
148
+increase the allowed size of file attachments, for example:
149
+	php_value       upload_max_filesize     2M
150
+
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+
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+SECURE YOUR INSTALLATION
153
+========================
154
+
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+Access through the webserver to the following directories should be denied:
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+
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+  /config
158
+  /temp
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+  /logs
160
+
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+Roundcube uses .htaccess files to protect these directories, so be sure to
162
+allow override of the Limit directives to get them taken into account. The
163
+package also ships a .htaccess file in the root directory which defines some
164
+rewrite rules. In order to properly secure your installation, please enable
165
+mod_rewrite for Apache webserver and double check access to the above listed
166
+directories and their contents is denied.
167
+
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+NOTE: In Apache 2.4, support for .htaccess files has been disabled by
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+default. Therefore you first need to enable this in your Apache main or
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+virtual host config by with:
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+
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+ AllowOverride all
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+
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+
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+UPGRADING
176
+=========
177
+
178
+If you already have a previous version of Roundcube installed,
179
+please refer to the instructions in UPGRADING guide.
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+
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+
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+OPTIMISING
183
+==========
184
+
185
+There are two forms of optimisation here, compression and caching, both aimed
186
+at increasing an end user's experience using Roundcube Webmail. Compression
187
+allows the static web pages to be delivered with less bandwidth. The index.php
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+of Roundcube Webmail already enables compression on its output. The settings
189
+below allow compression to occur for all static files. Caching sets HTTP 
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+response headers that enable a user's web client to understand what is static
191
+and how to cache it.
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+
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+The caching directives used are:
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+ * Etags - sets at tag so the client can request is the page has changed
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+ * Cache-control - defines the age of the page and that the page is 'public'
196
+   This enables clients to cache javascript files that don't have private 
197
+   information between sessions even if using HTTPS. It also allows proxies
198
+   to share the same cached page between users.
199
+ * Expires - provides another hint to increase the lifetime of static pages.
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+
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+For more information refer to RFC 2616.
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+
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+Side effects:
204
+-------------
205
+These directives are designed for production use. If you are using this in
206
+a development environment you may get horribly confused if your webclient
207
+is caching stuff that you changed on the server. Disabling the expires 
208
+parts below should save you some grief.
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+
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+If you are changing the skins, it is recommended that you copy content to 
211
+a different directory apart from 'default'.
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+
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+Apache:
214
+-------
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+To enable these features in apache the following modules need to be enabled:
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+ * mod_deflate
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+ * mod_expires
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+ * mod_headers
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+
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+The optimisation is already included in the .htaccess file in the top 
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+directory of your installation.
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+
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+If you are using Apache version 2.2.9 and later, in the .htaccess file
224
+change the 'append' word to 'merge' for a more correct response. Keeping
225
+as 'append' shouldn't cause any problems though changing to merge will 
226
+eliminate the possibility of duplicate 'public' headers in Cache-control.
227
+
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+Lighttpd:
229
+---------
230
+With Lightty the addition of Expire: tags by mod_expire is incompatible with
231
+the addition of "Cache-control: public". Using Cache-control 'public' is 
232
+used below as it is assumed to give a better caching result.
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+
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+Enable modules in server.modules:
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+    "mod_setenv"
236
+    "mod_compress"
237
+
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+Mod_compress is a server side cache of compressed files to improve its performance.
239
+
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+$HTTP["host"] == "www.example.com" {
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+
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+    static-file.etags = "enable"
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+    # http://redmine.lighttpd.net/projects/lighttpd/wiki/Etag.use-mtimeDetails
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+    etag.use-mtime = "enable"
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+
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+    # http://redmine.lighttpd.net/projects/lighttpd/wiki/Docs:ModSetEnv
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+    $HTTP["url"] =~ "^/roundcubemail/(plugins|skins|program)" {
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+        setenv.add-response-header  = ( "Cache-Control" => "public, max-age=2592000")
249
+    }
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+
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+    # http://redmine.lighttpd.net/projects/lighttpd/wiki/Docs:ModCompress
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+    # set compress.cache-dir to somewhere outside the docroot.
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+    compress.cache-dir   = var.statedir + "/cache/compress"
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+
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+    compress.filetype = ("text/plain", "text/html", "text/javascript", "text/css", "text/xml", "image/gif", "image/png")
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+}
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+
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+
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+KNOWN ISSUES
260
+============
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+
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+Installations with uw-imap server should set imap_disabled_caps = array('ESEARCH')
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+in main configuration file. ESEARCH implementation in this server is broken (#1489184).

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+Roundcube Webmail 
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+=================
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+[roundcube.net](http://roundcube.net)
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+
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+
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+INTRODUCTION
7
+------------
8
+Roundcube Webmail is a browser-based multilingual IMAP client with an
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+application-like user interface. It provides full functionality you expect
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+from an email client, including MIME support, address book, folder management,
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+message searching and spell checking. Roundcube Webmail is written in PHP and
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+requires the MySQL, PostgreSQL or SQLite database. With its plugin API it is
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+easily extendable and the user interface is fully customizable using skins
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+which are pure XHTML and CSS 2.
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+
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+The code is mainly written in PHP and is designed to run on a webserver.
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+It includes other open-source classes/libraries from [PEAR][pear],
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+an IMAP library derived from [IlohaMail][iloha] the [TinyMCE][tinymce] rich
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+text editor, [Googiespell][googiespell] library for spell checking or
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+the [WASHTML][washtml] sanitizer by Frederic Motte.
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+
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+The current default skin 'Larry' was kindly created by FLINT / Büro für
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+Gestaltung, Berne, Switzerland.
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+
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+
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+INSTALLATION
27
+------------
28
+For detailed instructions on how to install Roundcube webmail on your server,
29
+please refer to the INSTALL document in the same directory as this document.
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+
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+If you're updating an older version of Roundcube please follow the steps
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+described in the UPGRADING file.
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+
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+
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+LICENSE
36
+-------
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+This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
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+it under the terms of the GNU General Public License (**with exceptions
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+for skins & plugins**) as published by the Free Software Foundation,
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+either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
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+
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+This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
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+but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
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+MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
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+GNU General Public License for more details.
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+
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+You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
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+along with this program. If not, see [www.gnu.org/licenses/][gpl].
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+
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+This file forms part of the Roundcube Webmail Software for which the
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+following exception is added: Plugins and Skins which merely make
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+function calls to the Roundcube Webmail Software, and for that purpose
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+include it by reference shall not be considered modifications of
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+the software.
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+
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+If you wish to use this file in another project or create a modified
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+version that will not be part of the Roundcube Webmail Software, you
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+may remove the exception above and use this source code under the
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+original version of the license.
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+
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+For more details about licensing and the exceptions for skins and plugins
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+see [roundcube.net/license][license]
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+
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+
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+CONTRIBUTION
66
+------------
67
+Want to help make Roundcube the best webmail solution ever?
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+Roundcube is open source software. Our developers and contributors all
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+are volunteers and we're always looking for new additions and resources.
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+For more information visit [roundcube.net/contribute][contrib]
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+
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+
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+CONTACT
74
+-------
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+For bug reports or feature requests please refer to the tracking system
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+at [Github][githubissues] or subscribe to our mailing list.
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+See [roundcube.net/support][support] for details.
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+
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+You're always welcome to send a message to the project admin:
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+hello(at)roundcube(dot)net
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+
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+
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+[pear]:         http://pear.php.net
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+[iloha]:        http://sourceforge.net/projects/ilohamail/
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+[tinymce]:      http://www.tinymce.com/
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+[googiespell]:  http://orangoo.com/labs/GoogieSpell/
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+[washtml]:      http://www.ubixis.com/washtml/
88
+[kmgerich]:     http://kmgerich.com/
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+[gpl]:          http://www.gnu.org/licenses/
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+[license]:      http://roundcube.net/license
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+[contrib]:      http://roundcube.net/contribute
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+[support]:      http://roundcube.net/support
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+[githubissues]: https://github.com/roundcube/roundcubemail/issues

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+CREATE TABLE [dbo].[cache] (
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+	[user_id] [int] NOT NULL ,
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+	[cache_key] [varchar] (128) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL ,
4
+	[created] [datetime] NOT NULL ,
5
+	[expires] [datetime] NULL ,
6
+	[data] [text] COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL 
7
+) ON [PRIMARY] TEXTIMAGE_ON [PRIMARY]
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+GO
9
+
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+CREATE TABLE [dbo].[cache_shared] (
11
+	[cache_key] [varchar] (255) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL ,
12
+	[created] [datetime] NOT NULL ,
13
+	[expires] [datetime] NULL ,
14
+	[data] [text] COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL 
15
+) ON [PRIMARY] TEXTIMAGE_ON [PRIMARY]
16
+GO
17
+
18
+CREATE TABLE [dbo].[cache_index] (
19
+	[user_id] [int] NOT NULL ,
20
+	[mailbox] [varchar] (128) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL ,
21
+	[expires] [datetime] NULL ,
22
+	[valid] [char] (1) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL ,
23
+	[data] [text] COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL 
24
+) ON [PRIMARY] TEXTIMAGE_ON [PRIMARY]
25
+GO
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+
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+CREATE TABLE [dbo].[cache_thread] (
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+	[user_id] [int] NOT NULL ,
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+	[mailbox] [varchar] (128) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL ,
30
+	[expires] [datetime] NULL ,
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+	[data] [text] COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL 
32
+) ON [PRIMARY] TEXTIMAGE_ON [PRIMARY]
33
+GO
34
+
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+CREATE TABLE [dbo].[cache_messages] (
36
+	[user_id] [int] NOT NULL ,
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+	[mailbox] [varchar] (128) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL ,
38
+	[uid] [int] NOT NULL ,
39
+	[expires] [datetime] NULL ,
40
+	[data] [text] COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL ,
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+	[flags] [int] NOT NULL
42
+) ON [PRIMARY] TEXTIMAGE_ON [PRIMARY]
43
+GO
44
+
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+CREATE TABLE [dbo].[contacts] (
46
+	[contact_id] [int] IDENTITY (1, 1) NOT NULL ,
47
+	[user_id] [int] NOT NULL ,
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+	[changed] [datetime] NOT NULL ,
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+	[del] [char] (1) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL ,
50
+	[name] [varchar] (128) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL ,
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+	[email] [varchar] (8000) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL ,
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+	[firstname] [varchar] (128) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL ,
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+	[surname] [varchar] (128) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL ,
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+	[vcard] [text] COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NULL ,
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+	[words] [text] COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NULL 
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+) ON [PRIMARY] TEXTIMAGE_ON [PRIMARY]
57
+GO
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+
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+CREATE TABLE [dbo].[contactgroups] (
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+	[contactgroup_id] [int] IDENTITY (1, 1) NOT NULL ,
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+	[user_id] [int] NOT NULL ,
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+	[changed] [datetime] NOT NULL ,
63
+	[del] [char] (1) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL ,
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+	[name] [varchar] (128) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL
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+) ON [PRIMARY] 
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+GO
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+
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+CREATE TABLE [dbo].[contactgroupmembers] (
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+	[contactgroup_id] [int] NOT NULL ,
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+	[contact_id] [int] NOT NULL ,
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+	[created] [datetime] NOT NULL
72
+) ON [PRIMARY] 
73
+GO
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+
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+CREATE TABLE [dbo].[identities] (
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+	[identity_id] [int] IDENTITY (1, 1) NOT NULL ,
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+	[user_id] [int] NOT NULL ,
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+	[changed] [datetime] NOT NULL ,
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+	[del] [char] (1) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL ,
80
+	[standard] [char] (1) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL ,
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+	[name] [varchar] (128) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL ,
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+	[organization] [varchar] (128) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL ,
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+	[email] [varchar] (128) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL ,
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+	[reply-to] [varchar] (128) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL ,
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+	[bcc] [varchar] (128) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL ,
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+	[signature] [text] COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NULL, 
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+	[html_signature] [char] (1) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL
88
+) ON [PRIMARY] TEXTIMAGE_ON [PRIMARY]
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+GO
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+
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+CREATE TABLE [dbo].[session] (
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+	[sess_id] [varchar] (128) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL ,
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+	[created] [datetime] NOT NULL ,
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+	[changed] [datetime] NULL ,
95
+	[ip] [varchar] (40) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL ,
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+	[vars] [text] COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL 
97
+) ON [PRIMARY] TEXTIMAGE_ON [PRIMARY]
98
+GO
99
+
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+CREATE TABLE [dbo].[users] (
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+	[user_id] [int] IDENTITY (1, 1) NOT NULL ,
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+	[username] [varchar] (128) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL ,
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+	[mail_host] [varchar] (128) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL ,
104
+	[created] [datetime] NOT NULL ,
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+	[last_login] [datetime] NULL ,
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+	[failed_login] [datetime] NULL ,
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+	[failed_login_counter] [int] NULL ,
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+	[language] [varchar] (5) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NULL ,
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+	[preferences] [text] COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NULL 
110
+) ON [PRIMARY] TEXTIMAGE_ON [PRIMARY]
111
+GO
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+
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+CREATE TABLE [dbo].[dictionary] (
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+	[user_id] [int] ,
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+	[language] [varchar] (5) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL ,
116
+	[data] [text] COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL 
117
+) ON [PRIMARY] TEXTIMAGE_ON [PRIMARY]
118
+GO
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+
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+CREATE TABLE [dbo].[searches] (
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+	[search_id] [int] IDENTITY (1, 1) NOT NULL ,
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+	[user_id] [int] NOT NULL ,
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+	[type] [tinyint] NOT NULL ,
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+	[name] [varchar] (128) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL ,
125
+	[data] [text] COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL 
126
+) ON [PRIMARY] TEXTIMAGE_ON [PRIMARY]
127
+GO
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+
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+CREATE TABLE [dbo].[system] (
130
+	[name] [varchar] (64) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL ,
131
+	[value] [text] COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL 
132
+) ON [PRIMARY] TEXTIMAGE_ON [PRIMARY]
133
+GO
134
+
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+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[cache_index] WITH NOCHECK ADD 
136
+	 PRIMARY KEY CLUSTERED 
137
+	(
138
+		[user_id],[mailbox]
139
+	) ON [PRIMARY] 
140
+GO
141
+
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+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[cache_thread] WITH NOCHECK ADD 
143
+	 PRIMARY KEY CLUSTERED 
144
+	(
145
+		[user_id],[mailbox]
146
+	) ON [PRIMARY] 
147
+GO
148
+
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+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[cache_messages] WITH NOCHECK ADD 
150
+	 PRIMARY KEY CLUSTERED 
151
+	(
152
+		[user_id],[mailbox],[uid]
153
+	) ON [PRIMARY] 
154
+GO
155
+
156
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[contacts] WITH NOCHECK ADD 
157
+	CONSTRAINT [PK_contacts_contact_id] PRIMARY KEY  CLUSTERED 
158
+	(
159
+		[contact_id]
160
+	) ON [PRIMARY] 
161
+GO
162
+
163
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[contactgroups] WITH NOCHECK ADD 
164
+	CONSTRAINT [PK_contactgroups_contactgroup_id] PRIMARY KEY CLUSTERED 
165
+	(
166
+		[contactgroup_id]
167
+	) ON [PRIMARY] 
168
+GO
169
+
170
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[contactgroupmembers] WITH NOCHECK ADD 
171
+	CONSTRAINT [PK_contactgroupmembers_id] PRIMARY KEY CLUSTERED 
172
+	(
173
+		[contactgroup_id], [contact_id]
174
+	) ON [PRIMARY] 
175
+GO
176
+
177
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[identities] WITH NOCHECK ADD 
178
+	 PRIMARY KEY  CLUSTERED 
179
+	(
180
+		[identity_id]
181
+	) ON [PRIMARY] 
182
+GO
183
+
184
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[session] WITH NOCHECK ADD 
185
+	CONSTRAINT [PK_session_sess_id] PRIMARY KEY  CLUSTERED 
186
+	(
187
+		[sess_id]
188
+	) ON [PRIMARY] 
189
+GO
190
+
191
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[users] WITH NOCHECK ADD 
192
+	CONSTRAINT [PK_users_user_id] PRIMARY KEY  CLUSTERED 
193
+	(
194
+		[user_id]
195
+	) ON [PRIMARY] 
196
+GO
197
+
198
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[searches] WITH NOCHECK ADD 
199
+	CONSTRAINT [PK_searches_search_id] PRIMARY KEY CLUSTERED 
200
+	(
201
+		[search_id]
202
+	) ON [PRIMARY] 
203
+GO
204
+
205
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[system] WITH NOCHECK ADD 
206
+	CONSTRAINT [PK_system_name] PRIMARY KEY CLUSTERED 
207
+	(
208
+		[name]
209
+	) ON [PRIMARY] 
210
+GO
211
+
212
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[cache] ADD 
213
+	CONSTRAINT [DF_cache_user_id] DEFAULT ('0') FOR [user_id],
214
+	CONSTRAINT [DF_cache_cache_key] DEFAULT ('') FOR [cache_key],
215
+	CONSTRAINT [DF_cache_created] DEFAULT (getdate()) FOR [created]
216
+GO
217
+
218
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[cache_shared] ADD 
219
+	CONSTRAINT [DF_cache_shared_created] DEFAULT (getdate()) FOR [created]
220
+GO
221
+
222
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[cache_index] ADD 
223
+	CONSTRAINT [DF_cache_index_valid] DEFAULT ('0') FOR [valid]
224
+GO
225
+
226
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[cache_messages] ADD 
227
+	CONSTRAINT [DF_cache_messages_flags] DEFAULT (0) FOR [flags]
228
+GO
229
+
230
+CREATE INDEX [IX_cache_user_id] ON [dbo].[cache]([user_id]) ON [PRIMARY]
231
+GO
232
+
233
+CREATE INDEX [IX_cache_cache_key] ON [dbo].[cache]([cache_key]) ON [PRIMARY]
234
+GO
235
+
236
+CREATE INDEX [IX_cache_shared_cache_key] ON [dbo].[cache_shared]([cache_key]) ON [PRIMARY]
237
+GO
238
+
239
+CREATE INDEX [IX_cache_index_user_id] ON [dbo].[cache_index]([user_id]) ON [PRIMARY]
240
+GO
241
+
242
+CREATE INDEX [IX_cache_thread_user_id] ON [dbo].[cache_thread]([user_id]) ON [PRIMARY]
243
+GO
244
+
245
+CREATE INDEX [IX_cache_messages_user_id] ON [dbo].[cache_messages]([user_id]) ON [PRIMARY]
246
+GO
247
+
248
+CREATE INDEX [IX_cache_expires] ON [dbo].[cache]([expires]) ON [PRIMARY]
249
+GO
250
+
251
+CREATE INDEX [IX_cache_shared_expires] ON [dbo].[cache_shared]([expires]) ON [PRIMARY]
252
+GO
253
+
254
+CREATE INDEX [IX_cache_index_expires] ON [dbo].[cache_index]([expires]) ON [PRIMARY]
255
+GO
256
+
257
+CREATE INDEX [IX_cache_thread_expires] ON [dbo].[cache_thread]([expires]) ON [PRIMARY]
258
+GO
259
+
260
+CREATE INDEX [IX_cache_messages_expires] ON [dbo].[cache_messages]([expires]) ON [PRIMARY]
261
+GO
262
+
263
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[contacts] ADD 
264
+	CONSTRAINT [DF_contacts_user_id] DEFAULT (0) FOR [user_id],
265
+	CONSTRAINT [DF_contacts_changed] DEFAULT (getdate()) FOR [changed],
266
+	CONSTRAINT [DF_contacts_del] DEFAULT ('0') FOR [del],
267
+	CONSTRAINT [DF_contacts_name] DEFAULT ('') FOR [name],
268
+	CONSTRAINT [DF_contacts_email] DEFAULT ('') FOR [email],
269
+	CONSTRAINT [DF_contacts_firstname] DEFAULT ('') FOR [firstname],
270
+	CONSTRAINT [DF_contacts_surname] DEFAULT ('') FOR [surname],
271
+	CONSTRAINT [CK_contacts_del] CHECK ([del] = '1' or [del] = '0')
272
+GO
273
+
274
+CREATE INDEX [IX_contacts_user_id] ON [dbo].[contacts]([user_id]) ON [PRIMARY]
275
+GO
276
+
277
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[contactgroups] ADD 
278
+	CONSTRAINT [DF_contactgroups_user_id] DEFAULT (0) FOR [user_id],
279
+	CONSTRAINT [DF_contactgroups_changed] DEFAULT (getdate()) FOR [changed],
280
+	CONSTRAINT [DF_contactgroups_del] DEFAULT ('0') FOR [del],
281
+	CONSTRAINT [DF_contactgroups_name] DEFAULT ('') FOR [name],
282
+	CONSTRAINT [CK_contactgroups_del] CHECK ([del] = '1' or [del] = '0')
283
+GO
284
+
285
+CREATE INDEX [IX_contactgroups_user_id] ON [dbo].[contactgroups]([user_id]) ON [PRIMARY]
286
+GO
287
+
288
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[contactgroupmembers] ADD 
289
+	CONSTRAINT [DF_contactgroupmembers_contactgroup_id] DEFAULT (0) FOR [contactgroup_id],
290
+	CONSTRAINT [DF_contactgroupmembers_contact_id] DEFAULT (0) FOR [contact_id],
291
+	CONSTRAINT [DF_contactgroupmembers_created] DEFAULT (getdate()) FOR [created]
292
+GO
293
+
294
+CREATE INDEX [IX_contactgroupmembers_contact_id] ON [dbo].[contactgroupmembers]([contact_id]) ON [PRIMARY]
295
+GO
296
+
297
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[identities] ADD 
298
+	CONSTRAINT [DF_identities_user] DEFAULT ('0') FOR [user_id],
299
+	CONSTRAINT [DF_identities_del] DEFAULT ('0') FOR [del],
300
+	CONSTRAINT [DF_identities_standard] DEFAULT ('0') FOR [standard],
301
+	CONSTRAINT [DF_identities_name] DEFAULT ('') FOR [name],
302
+	CONSTRAINT [DF_identities_organization] DEFAULT ('') FOR [organization],
303
+	CONSTRAINT [DF_identities_email] DEFAULT ('') FOR [email],
304
+	CONSTRAINT [DF_identities_reply] DEFAULT ('') FOR [reply-to],
305
+	CONSTRAINT [DF_identities_bcc] DEFAULT ('') FOR [bcc],
306
+	CONSTRAINT [DF_identities_html_signature] DEFAULT ('0') FOR [html_signature],
307
+	CHECK ([standard] = '1' or [standard] = '0'),
308
+	CHECK ([del] = '1' or [del] = '0')
309
+GO
310
+
311
+CREATE INDEX [IX_identities_user_id] ON [dbo].[identities]([user_id]) ON [PRIMARY]
312
+GO
313
+CREATE INDEX [IX_identities_email] ON [dbo].[identities]([email],[del]) ON [PRIMARY]
314
+GO
315
+
316
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[session] ADD 
317
+	CONSTRAINT [DF_session_sess_id] DEFAULT ('') FOR [sess_id],
318
+	CONSTRAINT [DF_session_created] DEFAULT (getdate()) FOR [created],
319
+	CONSTRAINT [DF_session_ip] DEFAULT ('') FOR [ip]
320
+GO
321
+
322
+CREATE INDEX [IX_session_changed] ON [dbo].[session]([changed]) ON [PRIMARY]
323
+GO
324
+
325
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[users] ADD 
326
+	CONSTRAINT [DF_users_username] DEFAULT ('') FOR [username],
327
+	CONSTRAINT [DF_users_mail_host] DEFAULT ('') FOR [mail_host],
328
+	CONSTRAINT [DF_users_created] DEFAULT (getdate()) FOR [created]
329
+GO
330
+
331
+CREATE UNIQUE INDEX [IX_users_username] ON [dbo].[users]([username],[mail_host]) ON [PRIMARY]
332
+GO
333
+
334
+CREATE UNIQUE INDEX [IX_dictionary_user_language] ON [dbo].[dictionary]([user_id],[language]) ON [PRIMARY]
335
+GO
336
+
337
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[searches] ADD 
338
+	CONSTRAINT [DF_searches_user] DEFAULT (0) FOR [user_id],
339
+	CONSTRAINT [DF_searches_type] DEFAULT (0) FOR [type]
340
+GO
341
+
342
+CREATE UNIQUE INDEX [IX_searches_user_type_name] ON [dbo].[searches]([user_id],[type],[name]) ON [PRIMARY]
343
+GO
344
+
345
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[identities] ADD CONSTRAINT [FK_identities_user_id] 
346
+    FOREIGN KEY ([user_id]) REFERENCES [dbo].[users] ([user_id])
347
+    ON DELETE CASCADE ON UPDATE CASCADE
348
+GO
349
+
350
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[contacts] ADD CONSTRAINT [FK_contacts_user_id]
351
+    FOREIGN KEY ([user_id]) REFERENCES [dbo].[users] ([user_id])
352
+    ON DELETE CASCADE ON UPDATE CASCADE
353
+GO
354
+
355
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[contactgroups] ADD CONSTRAINT [FK_contactgroups_user_id]
356
+    FOREIGN KEY ([user_id]) REFERENCES [dbo].[users] ([user_id])
357
+    ON DELETE CASCADE ON UPDATE CASCADE
358
+GO
359
+
360
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[cache] ADD CONSTRAINT [FK_cache_user_id]
361
+    FOREIGN KEY ([user_id]) REFERENCES [dbo].[users] ([user_id])
362
+    ON DELETE CASCADE ON UPDATE CASCADE
363
+GO
364
+
365
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[cache_index] ADD CONSTRAINT [FK_cache_index_user_id]
366
+    FOREIGN KEY ([user_id]) REFERENCES [dbo].[users] ([user_id])
367
+    ON DELETE CASCADE ON UPDATE CASCADE
368
+GO
369
+
370
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[cache_thread] ADD CONSTRAINT [FK_cache_thread_user_id]
371
+    FOREIGN KEY ([user_id]) REFERENCES [dbo].[users] ([user_id])
372
+    ON DELETE CASCADE ON UPDATE CASCADE
373
+GO
374
+
375
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[cache_messages] ADD CONSTRAINT [FK_cache_messages_user_id]
376
+    FOREIGN KEY ([user_id]) REFERENCES [dbo].[users] ([user_id])
377
+    ON DELETE CASCADE ON UPDATE CASCADE
378
+GO
379
+
380
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[contactgroupmembers] ADD CONSTRAINT [FK_contactgroupmembers_contactgroup_id]
381
+    FOREIGN KEY ([contactgroup_id]) REFERENCES [dbo].[contactgroups] ([contactgroup_id])
382
+    ON DELETE CASCADE ON UPDATE CASCADE
383
+GO
384
+
385
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[searches] ADD CONSTRAINT [FK_searches_user_id]
386
+    FOREIGN KEY ([user_id]) REFERENCES [dbo].[users] ([user_id])
387
+    ON DELETE CASCADE ON UPDATE CASCADE
388
+GO
389
+
390
+-- Use trigger instead of foreign key (#1487112)
391
+-- "Introducing FOREIGN KEY constraint ... may cause cycles or multiple cascade paths."
392
+CREATE TRIGGER [contact_delete_member] ON [dbo].[contacts]
393
+    AFTER DELETE AS
394
+    DELETE FROM [dbo].[contactgroupmembers]
395
+    WHERE [contact_id] IN (SELECT [contact_id] FROM deleted)
396
+GO
397
+
398
+INSERT INTO [dbo].[system] ([name], [value]) VALUES ('roundcube-version', '2015111100')
399
+GO
400
+

+ 87
- 0
roundcube/roundcubemail-1.2.2/SQL/mssql/2009103100.sql View File

@@ -0,0 +1,87 @@
1
+-- Updates from version 0.3.1
2
+
3
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[messages] ADD CONSTRAINT [FK_messages_user_id]
4
+    FOREIGN KEY ([user_id]) REFERENCES [dbo].[users] ([user_id])
5
+    ON DELETE CASCADE ON UPDATE CASCADE
6
+GO
7
+
8
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[cache] ADD CONSTRAINT [FK_cache_user_id]
9
+    FOREIGN KEY ([user_id]) REFERENCES [dbo].[users] ([user_id])
10
+    ON DELETE CASCADE ON UPDATE CASCADE
11
+GO
12
+
13
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[contacts] ADD CONSTRAINT [FK_contacts_user_id]
14
+    FOREIGN KEY ([user_id]) REFERENCES [dbo].[users] ([user_id])
15
+    ON DELETE CASCADE ON UPDATE CASCADE
16
+GO
17
+
18
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[identities] ADD CONSTRAINT [FK_identities_user_id] 
19
+    FOREIGN KEY ([user_id]) REFERENCES [dbo].[users] ([user_id])
20
+    ON DELETE CASCADE ON UPDATE CASCADE
21
+GO
22
+
23
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[identities] ADD [changed] [datetime] NULL 
24
+GO
25
+
26
+CREATE TABLE [dbo].[contactgroups] (
27
+	[contactgroup_id] [int] IDENTITY (1, 1) NOT NULL ,
28
+	[user_id] [int] NOT NULL ,
29
+	[changed] [datetime] NOT NULL ,
30
+	[del] [char] (1) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL ,
31
+	[name] [varchar] (128) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL
32
+) ON [PRIMARY] 
33
+GO
34
+
35
+CREATE TABLE [dbo].[contactgroupmembers] (
36
+	[contactgroup_id] [int] NOT NULL ,
37
+	[contact_id] [int] NOT NULL ,
38
+	[created] [datetime] NOT NULL
39
+) ON [PRIMARY] 
40
+GO
41
+
42
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[contactgroups] WITH NOCHECK ADD 
43
+	CONSTRAINT [PK_contactgroups_contactgroup_id] PRIMARY KEY CLUSTERED 
44
+	(
45
+		[contactgroup_id]
46
+	)  ON [PRIMARY] 
47
+GO
48
+
49
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[contactgroupmembers] WITH NOCHECK ADD 
50
+	CONSTRAINT [PK_contactgroupmembers_id] PRIMARY KEY CLUSTERED 
51
+	(
52
+		[contactgroup_id], [contact_id]
53
+	)  ON [PRIMARY] 
54
+GO
55
+
56
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[contactgroups] ADD 
57
+	CONSTRAINT [DF_contactgroups_user_id] DEFAULT (0) FOR [user_id],
58
+	CONSTRAINT [DF_contactgroups_changed] DEFAULT (getdate()) FOR [changed],
59
+	CONSTRAINT [DF_contactgroups_del] DEFAULT ('0') FOR [del],
60
+	CONSTRAINT [DF_contactgroups_name] DEFAULT ('') FOR [name],
61
+	CONSTRAINT [CK_contactgroups_del] CHECK ([del] = '1' or [del] = '0')
62
+GO
63
+
64
+CREATE  INDEX [IX_contactgroups_user_id] ON [dbo].[contacts]([user_id]) ON [PRIMARY]
65
+GO
66
+
67
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[contactgroupmembers] ADD 
68
+	CONSTRAINT [DF_contactgroupmembers_contactgroup_id] DEFAULT (0) FOR [contactgroup_id],
69
+	CONSTRAINT [DF_contactgroupmembers_contact_id] DEFAULT (0) FOR [contact_id],
70
+	CONSTRAINT [DF_contactgroupmembers_created] DEFAULT (getdate()) FOR [created]
71
+GO
72
+
73
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[contactgroupmembers] ADD CONSTRAINT [FK_contactgroupmembers_contactgroup_id]
74
+    FOREIGN KEY ([contactgroup_id]) REFERENCES [dbo].[contactgroups] ([contactgroup_id])
75
+    ON DELETE CASCADE ON UPDATE CASCADE
76
+GO
77
+
78
+CREATE TRIGGER [contact_delete_member] ON [dbo].[contacts]
79
+    AFTER DELETE AS
80
+    DELETE FROM [dbo].[contactgroupmembers]
81
+    WHERE [contact_id] IN (SELECT [contact_id] FROM deleted)
82
+GO
83
+
84
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[contactgroups] ADD CONSTRAINT [FK_contactgroups_user_id]
85
+    FOREIGN KEY ([user_id]) REFERENCES [dbo].[users] ([user_id])
86
+    ON DELETE CASCADE ON UPDATE CASCADE
87
+GO

+ 9
- 0
roundcube/roundcubemail-1.2.2/SQL/mssql/2010100600.sql View File

@@ -0,0 +1,9 @@
1
+-- Updates from version 0.4.2
2
+
3
+DROP INDEX [IX_users_username]
4
+GO
5
+CREATE UNIQUE INDEX [IX_users_username] ON [dbo].[users]([username],[mail_host]) ON [PRIMARY]
6
+GO
7
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[contacts] ALTER COLUMN [email] [varchar] (255) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL
8
+GO
9
+

+ 10
- 0
roundcube/roundcubemail-1.2.2/SQL/mssql/2011011200.sql View File

@@ -0,0 +1,10 @@
1
+-- Updates from version 0.5.x
2
+
3
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[contacts] ADD [words] [text] COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NULL 
4
+GO
5
+CREATE INDEX [IX_contactgroupmembers_contact_id] ON [dbo].[contactgroupmembers]([contact_id]) ON [PRIMARY]
6
+GO
7
+DELETE FROM [dbo].[messages]
8
+GO
9
+DELETE FROM [dbo].[cache]
10
+GO

+ 127
- 0
roundcube/roundcubemail-1.2.2/SQL/mssql/2011092800.sql View File

@@ -0,0 +1,127 @@
1
+-- Updates from version 0.6
2
+
3
+CREATE TABLE [dbo].[dictionary] (
4
+    [user_id] [int] ,
5
+    [language] [varchar] (5) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL ,
6
+    [data] [text] COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL 
7
+) ON [PRIMARY] TEXTIMAGE_ON [PRIMARY]
8
+GO
9
+CREATE  UNIQUE INDEX [IX_dictionary_user_language] ON [dbo].[dictionary]([user_id],[language]) ON [PRIMARY]
10
+GO
11
+
12
+CREATE TABLE [dbo].[searches] (
13
+	[search_id] [int] IDENTITY (1, 1) NOT NULL ,
14
+	[user_id] [int] NOT NULL ,
15
+	[type] [tinyint] NOT NULL ,
16
+	[name] [varchar] (128) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL ,
17
+	[data] [text] COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL 
18
+) ON [PRIMARY] TEXTIMAGE_ON [PRIMARY]
19
+GO
20
+
21
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[searches] WITH NOCHECK ADD 
22
+	CONSTRAINT [PK_searches_search_id] PRIMARY KEY CLUSTERED 
23
+	(
24
+		[search_id]
25
+	) ON [PRIMARY] 
26
+GO
27
+
28
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[searches] ADD 
29
+	CONSTRAINT [DF_searches_user] DEFAULT (0) FOR [user_id],
30
+	CONSTRAINT [DF_searches_type] DEFAULT (0) FOR [type],
31
+GO
32
+
33
+CREATE UNIQUE INDEX [IX_searches_user_type_name] ON [dbo].[searches]([user_id],[type],[name]) ON [PRIMARY]
34
+GO
35
+
36
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[searches] ADD CONSTRAINT [FK_searches_user_id]
37
+    FOREIGN KEY ([user_id]) REFERENCES [dbo].[users] ([user_id])
38
+    ON DELETE CASCADE ON UPDATE CASCADE
39
+GO
40
+
41
+DROP TABLE [dbo].[messages]
42
+GO
43
+CREATE TABLE [dbo].[cache_index] (
44
+	[user_id] [int] NOT NULL ,
45
+	[mailbox] [varchar] (128) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL ,
46
+	[changed] [datetime] NOT NULL ,
47
+	[valid] [char] (1) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL ,
48
+	[data] [text] COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL 
49
+) ON [PRIMARY] TEXTIMAGE_ON [PRIMARY]
50
+GO
51
+
52
+CREATE TABLE [dbo].[cache_thread] (
53
+	[user_id] [int] NOT NULL ,
54
+	[mailbox] [varchar] (128) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL ,
55
+	[changed] [datetime] NOT NULL ,
56
+	[data] [text] COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL 
57
+) ON [PRIMARY] TEXTIMAGE_ON [PRIMARY]
58
+GO
59
+
60
+CREATE TABLE [dbo].[cache_messages] (
61
+	[user_id] [int] NOT NULL ,
62
+	[mailbox] [varchar] (128) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL ,
63
+	[uid] [int] NOT NULL ,
64
+	[changed] [datetime] NOT NULL ,
65
+	[data] [text] COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL ,
66
+	[flags] [int] NOT NULL
67
+) ON [PRIMARY] TEXTIMAGE_ON [PRIMARY]
68
+GO
69
+
70
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[cache_index] WITH NOCHECK ADD 
71
+	 PRIMARY KEY CLUSTERED 
72
+	(
73
+		[user_id],[mailbox]
74
+	) ON [PRIMARY] 
75
+GO
76
+
77
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[cache_thread] WITH NOCHECK ADD 
78
+	 PRIMARY KEY CLUSTERED 
79
+	(
80
+		[user_id],[mailbox]
81
+	) ON [PRIMARY] 
82
+GO
83
+
84
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[cache_messages] WITH NOCHECK ADD 
85
+	 PRIMARY KEY CLUSTERED 
86
+	(
87
+		[user_id],[mailbox],[uid]
88
+	) ON [PRIMARY] 
89
+GO
90
+
91
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[cache_index] ADD 
92
+	CONSTRAINT [DF_cache_index_changed] DEFAULT (getdate()) FOR [changed],
93
+	CONSTRAINT [DF_cache_index_valid] DEFAULT ('0') FOR [valid]
94
+GO
95
+
96
+CREATE  INDEX [IX_cache_index_user_id] ON [dbo].[cache_index]([user_id]) ON [PRIMARY]
97
+GO
98
+
99
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[cache_thread] ADD 
100
+	CONSTRAINT [DF_cache_thread_changed] DEFAULT (getdate()) FOR [changed]
101
+GO
102
+
103
+CREATE  INDEX [IX_cache_thread_user_id] ON [dbo].[cache_thread]([user_id]) ON [PRIMARY]
104
+GO
105
+
106
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[cache_messages] ADD 
107
+	CONSTRAINT [DF_cache_messages_changed] DEFAULT (getdate()) FOR [changed],
108
+	CONSTRAINT [DF_cache_messages_flags] DEFAULT (0) FOR [flags]
109
+GO
110
+
111
+CREATE  INDEX [IX_cache_messages_user_id] ON [dbo].[cache_messages]([user_id]) ON [PRIMARY]
112
+GO
113
+
114
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[cache_index] ADD CONSTRAINT [FK_cache_index_user_id]
115
+    FOREIGN KEY ([user_id]) REFERENCES [dbo].[users] ([user_id])
116
+    ON DELETE CASCADE ON UPDATE CASCADE
117
+GO
118
+
119
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[cache_thread] ADD CONSTRAINT [FK_cache_thread_user_id]
120
+    FOREIGN KEY ([user_id]) REFERENCES [dbo].[users] ([user_id])
121
+    ON DELETE CASCADE ON UPDATE CASCADE
122
+GO
123
+
124
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[cache_messages] ADD CONSTRAINT [FK_cache_messages_user_id]
125
+    FOREIGN KEY ([user_id]) REFERENCES [dbo].[users] ([user_id])
126
+    ON DELETE CASCADE ON UPDATE CASCADE
127
+GO

+ 4
- 0
roundcube/roundcubemail-1.2.2/SQL/mssql/2011111600.sql View File

@@ -0,0 +1,4 @@
1
+-- Updates from version 0.7-beta
2
+
3
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[session] ALTER COLUMN [sess_id] [varchar] (128) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL
4
+GO

+ 9
- 0
roundcube/roundcubemail-1.2.2/SQL/mssql/2011121400.sql View File

@@ -0,0 +1,9 @@
1
+-- Updates from version 0.7
2
+
3
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[contacts] DROP CONSTRAINT [DF_contacts_email]
4
+GO
5
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[contacts] ALTER COLUMN [email] [text] COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL
6
+GO
7
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[contacts] ADD CONSTRAINT [DF_contacts_email] DEFAULT ('') FOR [email]
8
+GO
9
+

+ 18
- 0
roundcube/roundcubemail-1.2.2/SQL/mssql/2012051800.sql View File

@@ -0,0 +1,18 @@
1
+-- Updates from version 0.8-rc
2
+
3
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[contacts] DROP CONSTRAINT [DF_contacts_email]
4
+GO
5
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[contacts] ALTER COLUMN [email] [varchar] (8000) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL
6
+GO
7
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[contacts] ADD CONSTRAINT [DF_contacts_email] DEFAULT ('') FOR [email]
8
+GO
9
+
10
+-- Updates from version 0.8
11
+
12
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[cache] DROP COLUMN [cache_id]
13
+GO
14
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[users] DROP COLUMN [alias]
15
+GO
16
+CREATE INDEX [IX_identities_email] ON [dbo].[identities]([email],[del]) ON [PRIMARY]
17
+GO
18
+

+ 8
- 0
roundcube/roundcubemail-1.2.2/SQL/mssql/2012080700.sql View File

@@ -0,0 +1,8 @@
1
+-- Updates from version 0.8
2
+
3
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[cache] DROP COLUMN [cache_id]
4
+GO
5
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[users] DROP COLUMN [alias]
6
+GO
7
+CREATE INDEX [IX_identities_email] ON [dbo].[identities]([email],[del]) ON [PRIMARY]
8
+GO

+ 14
- 0
roundcube/roundcubemail-1.2.2/SQL/mssql/2013011000.sql View File

@@ -0,0 +1,14 @@
1
+-- Upgrades from 0.9-beta
2
+
3
+CREATE TABLE [dbo].[system] (
4
+    [name] [varchar] (64) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL ,
5
+    [value] [text] COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI 
6
+) ON [PRIMARY] TEXTIMAGE_ON [PRIMARY]
7
+GO
8
+
9
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[system] WITH NOCHECK ADD
10
+    CONSTRAINT [PK_system_name] PRIMARY KEY CLUSTERED
11
+    (
12
+        [name]
13
+    ) ON [PRIMARY]
14
+GO

+ 1
- 0
roundcube/roundcubemail-1.2.2/SQL/mssql/2013042700.sql View File

@@ -0,0 +1 @@
1
+-- empty

+ 17
- 0
roundcube/roundcubemail-1.2.2/SQL/mssql/2013052500.sql View File

@@ -0,0 +1,17 @@
1
+CREATE TABLE [dbo].[cache_shared] (
2
+	[cache_key] [varchar] (255) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL ,
3
+	[created] [datetime] NOT NULL ,
4
+	[data] [text] COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL 
5
+) ON [PRIMARY] TEXTIMAGE_ON [PRIMARY]
6
+GO
7
+
8
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[cache_shared] ADD 
9
+	CONSTRAINT [DF_cache_shared_created] DEFAULT (getdate()) FOR [created]
10
+GO
11
+
12
+CREATE  INDEX [IX_cache_shared_cache_key] ON [dbo].[cache_shared]([cache_key]) ON [PRIMARY]
13
+GO
14
+
15
+CREATE  INDEX [IX_cache_shared_created] ON [dbo].[cache_shared]([created]) ON [PRIMARY]
16
+GO
17
+

+ 44
- 0
roundcube/roundcubemail-1.2.2/SQL/mssql/2013061000.sql View File

@@ -0,0 +1,44 @@
1
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[cache] ADD [expires] [datetime] NULL
2
+GO
3
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[cache_shared] ADD [expires] [datetime] NULL
4
+GO
5
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[cache_index] ADD [expires] [datetime] NULL
6
+GO
7
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[cache_thread] ADD [expires] [datetime] NULL
8
+GO
9
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[cache_messages] ADD [expires] [datetime] NULL
10
+GO
11
+
12
+UPDATE [dbo].[cache] SET [expires] = DATEADD(second, 604800, [created])
13
+GO
14
+UPDATE [dbo].[cache_shared] SET [expires] = DATEADD(second, 604800, [created])
15
+GO
16
+UPDATE [dbo].[cache_index] SET [expires] = DATEADD(second, 604800, [changed])
17
+GO
18
+UPDATE [dbo].[cache_thread] SET [expires] = DATEADD(second, 604800, [changed])
19
+GO
20
+UPDATE [dbo].[cache_messages] SET [expires] = DATEADD(second, 604800, [changed])
21
+GO
22
+
23
+DROP INDEX [IX_cache_created]
24
+GO
25
+DROP INDEX [IX_cache_shared_created]
26
+GO
27
+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[cache_index] DROP COLUMN [changed]
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+GO
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+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[cache_thread] DROP COLUMN [changed]
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+GO
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+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[cache_messages] DROP COLUMN [changed]
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+GO
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+
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+CREATE INDEX [IX_cache_expires] ON [dbo].[cache]([expires]) ON [PRIMARY]
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+GO
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+CREATE INDEX [IX_cache_shared_expires] ON [dbo].[cache_shared]([expires]) ON [PRIMARY]
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+GO
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+CREATE INDEX [IX_cache_index_expires] ON [dbo].[cache_index]([expires]) ON [PRIMARY]
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+GO
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+CREATE INDEX [IX_cache_thread_expires] ON [dbo].[cache_thread]([expires]) ON [PRIMARY]
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+GO
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+CREATE INDEX [IX_cache_messages_expires] ON [dbo].[cache_messages]([expires]) ON [PRIMARY]
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+GO
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+

+ 1
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roundcube/roundcubemail-1.2.2/SQL/mssql/2014042900.sql View File

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+-- empty

+ 1
- 0
roundcube/roundcubemail-1.2.2/SQL/mssql/2015030800.sql View File

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+-- empty

+ 4
- 0
roundcube/roundcubemail-1.2.2/SQL/mssql/2015111100.sql View File

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+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[users] ADD [failed_login] [datetime] NULL
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+GO
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+ALTER TABLE [dbo].[users] ADD [failed_login_counter] [int] NULL
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+GO

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roundcube/roundcubemail-1.2.2/SQL/mysql.initial.sql View File

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+-- Roundcube Webmail initial database structure
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+
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+
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+/*!40014  SET FOREIGN_KEY_CHECKS=0 */;
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+
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+-- Table structure for table `session`
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+
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+CREATE TABLE `session` (
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+ `sess_id` varchar(128) NOT NULL,
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+ `created` datetime NOT NULL DEFAULT '1000-01-01 00:00:00',
11
+ `changed` datetime NOT NULL DEFAULT '1000-01-01 00:00:00',
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+ `ip` varchar(40) NOT NULL,
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+ `vars` mediumtext NOT NULL,
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+ PRIMARY KEY(`sess_id`),
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+ INDEX `changed_index` (`changed`)
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+) /*!40000 ENGINE=INNODB */ /*!40101 CHARACTER SET utf8 COLLATE utf8_general_ci */;
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+
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+
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+-- Table structure for table `users`
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+
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+CREATE TABLE `users` (
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+ `user_id` int(10) UNSIGNED NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT,
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+ `username` varchar(128) BINARY NOT NULL,
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+ `mail_host` varchar(128) NOT NULL,
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+ `created` datetime NOT NULL DEFAULT '1000-01-01 00:00:00',
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+ `last_login` datetime DEFAULT NULL,
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+ `failed_login` datetime DEFAULT NULL,
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+ `failed_login_counter` int(10) UNSIGNED DEFAULT NULL,
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+ `language` varchar(5),
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+ `preferences` longtext,
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+ PRIMARY KEY(`user_id`),
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+ UNIQUE `username` (`username`, `mail_host`)
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+) /*!40000 ENGINE=INNODB */ /*!40101 CHARACTER SET utf8 COLLATE utf8_general_ci */;
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+
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+
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+-- Table structure for table `cache`
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+
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+CREATE TABLE `cache` (
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+ `user_id` int(10) UNSIGNED NOT NULL,
40
+ `cache_key` varchar(128) /*!40101 CHARACTER SET ascii COLLATE ascii_general_ci */ NOT NULL,
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+ `created` datetime NOT NULL DEFAULT '1000-01-01 00:00:00',
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+ `expires` datetime DEFAULT NULL,
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+ `data` longtext NOT NULL,
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+ CONSTRAINT `user_id_fk_cache` FOREIGN KEY (`user_id`)
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+   REFERENCES `users`(`user_id`) ON DELETE CASCADE ON UPDATE CASCADE,
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+ INDEX `expires_index` (`expires`),
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+ INDEX `user_cache_index` (`user_id`,`cache_key`)
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+) /*!40000 ENGINE=INNODB */ /*!40101 CHARACTER SET utf8 COLLATE utf8_general_ci */;
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+
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+
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+-- Table structure for table `cache_shared`
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+
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+CREATE TABLE `cache_shared` (
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+ `cache_key` varchar(255) /*!40101 CHARACTER SET ascii COLLATE ascii_general_ci */ NOT NULL,
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+ `created` datetime NOT NULL DEFAULT '1000-01-01 00:00:00',
56
+ `expires` datetime DEFAULT NULL,
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+ `data` longtext NOT NULL,
58
+ INDEX `expires_index` (`expires`),
59
+ INDEX `cache_key_index` (`cache_key`)
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+) /*!40000 ENGINE=INNODB */ /*!40101 CHARACTER SET utf8 COLLATE utf8_general_ci */;
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+
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+
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+-- Table structure for table `cache_index`
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+
65
+CREATE TABLE `cache_index` (
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+ `user_id` int(10) UNSIGNED NOT NULL,
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+ `mailbox` varchar(255) BINARY NOT NULL,
68
+ `expires` datetime DEFAULT NULL,
69
+ `valid` tinyint(1) NOT NULL DEFAULT '0',
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+ `data` longtext NOT NULL,
71
+ CONSTRAINT `user_id_fk_cache_index` FOREIGN KEY (`user_id`)
72
+   REFERENCES `users`(`user_id`) ON DELETE CASCADE ON UPDATE CASCADE,
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+ INDEX `expires_index` (`expires`),
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+ PRIMARY KEY (`user_id`, `mailbox`)
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+) /*!40000 ENGINE=INNODB */ /*!40101 CHARACTER SET utf8 COLLATE utf8_general_ci */;
76
+
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+
78
+-- Table structure for table `cache_thread`
79
+
80
+CREATE TABLE `cache_thread` (
81
+ `user_id` int(10) UNSIGNED NOT NULL,
82
+ `mailbox` varchar(255) BINARY NOT NULL,
83
+ `expires` datetime DEFAULT NULL,
84
+ `data` longtext NOT NULL,
85
+ CONSTRAINT `user_id_fk_cache_thread` FOREIGN KEY (`user_id`)
86
+   REFERENCES `users`(`user_id`) ON DELETE CASCADE ON UPDATE CASCADE,
87
+ INDEX `expires_index` (`expires`),
88
+ PRIMARY KEY (`user_id`, `mailbox`)
89
+) /*!40000 ENGINE=INNODB */ /*!40101 CHARACTER SET utf8 COLLATE utf8_general_ci */;
90
+
91
+
92
+-- Table structure for table `cache_messages`
93
+
94
+CREATE TABLE `cache_messages` (
95
+ `user_id` int(10) UNSIGNED NOT NULL,
96
+ `mailbox` varchar(255) BINARY NOT NULL,
97
+ `uid` int(11) UNSIGNED NOT NULL DEFAULT '0',
98
+ `expires` datetime DEFAULT NULL,
99
+ `data` longtext NOT NULL,
100
+ `flags` int(11) NOT NULL DEFAULT '0',
101
+ CONSTRAINT `user_id_fk_cache_messages` FOREIGN KEY (`user_id`)
102
+   REFERENCES `users`(`user_id`) ON DELETE CASCADE ON UPDATE CASCADE,
103
+ INDEX `expires_index` (`expires`),
104
+ PRIMARY KEY (`user_id`, `mailbox`, `uid`)
105
+) /*!40000 ENGINE=INNODB */ /*!40101 CHARACTER SET utf8 COLLATE utf8_general_ci */;
106
+
107
+
108
+-- Table structure for table `contacts`
109
+
110
+CREATE TABLE `contacts` (
111
+ `contact_id` int(10) UNSIGNED NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT,
112
+ `changed` datetime NOT NULL DEFAULT '1000-01-01 00:00:00',
113
+ `del` tinyint(1) NOT NULL DEFAULT '0',
114
+ `name` varchar(128) NOT NULL DEFAULT '',
115
+ `email` text NOT NULL,
116
+ `firstname` varchar(128) NOT NULL DEFAULT '',
117
+ `surname` varchar(128) NOT NULL DEFAULT '',
118
+ `vcard` longtext NULL,
119
+ `words` text NULL,
120
+ `user_id` int(10) UNSIGNED NOT NULL,
121
+ PRIMARY KEY(`contact_id`),
122
+ CONSTRAINT `user_id_fk_contacts` FOREIGN KEY (`user_id`)
123
+   REFERENCES `users`(`user_id`) ON DELETE CASCADE ON UPDATE CASCADE,
124
+ INDEX `user_contacts_index` (`user_id`,`del`)
125
+) /*!40000 ENGINE=INNODB */ /*!40101 CHARACTER SET utf8 COLLATE utf8_general_ci */;
126
+
127
+-- Table structure for table `contactgroups`
128
+
129
+CREATE TABLE `contactgroups` (
130
+  `contactgroup_id` int(10) UNSIGNED NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT,
131
+  `user_id` int(10) UNSIGNED NOT NULL,
132
+  `changed` datetime NOT NULL DEFAULT '1000-01-01 00:00:00',
133
+  `del` tinyint(1) NOT NULL DEFAULT '0',