5 Commits

Author SHA1 Message Date
  Robin Thoni 15e6a1effd
Removed TODO 1 month ago
  Robin Thoni f4c55e509a
Switched to roundcube docker image; Upgraded to 1.4.2 1 month ago
  Robin Thoni dc07da3883
Set default env values 1 month ago
  Robin Thoni d6b8c65e3c
Deleted roundcube binaries 1 month ago
  Robin Thoni ad3f0fe5b1 increased file max upload size 1 year ago
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-IMAP_HOST=tls://test-mx.rthoni.com
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+IMAP_HOST=tls://mail1.example.com
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-SMTP_HOST=tls://test-mx.rthoni.com
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+SMTP_HOST=tls://mail1.example.com
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+FROM roundcube/roundcubemail:1.4.2-apache
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-MAINTAINER Robin Thoni <robin@rthoni.com>
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+RUN ln -s /bin/true /usr/local/bin/apache2-fake
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+ADD https://getcomposer.org/installer /tmp/composer-installer.php
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-INTRODUCTION
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-* An IMAP, HTTP and SMTP server
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-[roundcube.net](http://roundcube.net)
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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
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-------------
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-For detailed instructions on how to install Roundcube webmail on your server,
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-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
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--------
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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
64
-see [roundcube.net/license][license]
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-
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-
67
-CONTRIBUTION
68
-------------
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-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
76
--------
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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.
79
-See [roundcube.net/support][support] for details.
80
-
81
-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/
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-[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 ,
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-	[expires] [datetime] NULL ,
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-	[data] [text] COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL 
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-) ON [PRIMARY] TEXTIMAGE_ON [PRIMARY]
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-GO
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-
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-CREATE TABLE [dbo].[cache_shared] (
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-	[cache_key] [varchar] (255) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL ,
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-	[expires] [datetime] NULL ,
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-	[data] [text] COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL 
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-) ON [PRIMARY] TEXTIMAGE_ON [PRIMARY]
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-GO
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-
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-CREATE TABLE [dbo].[cache_index] (
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-	[user_id] [int] NOT NULL ,
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-	[mailbox] [varchar] (128) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL ,
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-	[expires] [datetime] NULL ,
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-	[valid] [char] (1) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL ,
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-	[data] [text] COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL 
22
-) ON [PRIMARY] TEXTIMAGE_ON [PRIMARY]
23
-GO
24
-
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-CREATE TABLE [dbo].[cache_thread] (
26
-	[user_id] [int] NOT NULL ,
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-	[mailbox] [varchar] (128) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL ,
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-	[expires] [datetime] NULL ,
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-	[data] [text] COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL 
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-) ON [PRIMARY] TEXTIMAGE_ON [PRIMARY]
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-GO
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-
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-CREATE TABLE [dbo].[cache_messages] (
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-	[user_id] [int] NOT NULL ,
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-	[mailbox] [varchar] (128) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL ,
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-	[uid] [int] NOT NULL ,
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-	[expires] [datetime] NULL ,
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-	[data] [text] COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL ,
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-	[flags] [int] NOT NULL
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-) ON [PRIMARY] TEXTIMAGE_ON [PRIMARY]
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-GO
42
-
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-CREATE TABLE [dbo].[contacts] (
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-	[contact_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 ,
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-	[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]
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-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 ,
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-	[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
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-) ON [PRIMARY] 
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-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 ,
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-	[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
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-) 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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-	[changed] [datetime] NULL ,
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-	[ip] [varchar] (40) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL ,
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-	[vars] [text] COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL 
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-) ON [PRIMARY] TEXTIMAGE_ON [PRIMARY]
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-GO
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-
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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 ,
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-	[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 
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-) ON [PRIMARY] TEXTIMAGE_ON [PRIMARY]
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-GO
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-
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-CREATE TABLE [dbo].[dictionary] (
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-	[user_id] [int] ,
112
-	[language] [varchar] (5) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL ,
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-	[data] [text] COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL 
114
-) ON [PRIMARY] TEXTIMAGE_ON [PRIMARY]
115
-GO
116
-
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-CREATE TABLE [dbo].[searches] (
118
-	[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 ,
121
-	[name] [varchar] (128) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL ,
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-	[data] [text] COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL 
123
-) ON [PRIMARY] TEXTIMAGE_ON [PRIMARY]
124
-GO
125
-
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-CREATE TABLE [dbo].[system] (
127
-	[name] [varchar] (64) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL ,
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-	[value] [text] COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL 
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-) ON [PRIMARY] TEXTIMAGE_ON [PRIMARY]
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-GO
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-
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-ALTER TABLE [dbo].[cache] WITH NOCHECK ADD 
133
-	 PRIMARY KEY CLUSTERED 
134
-	(
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-		[user_id],[cache_key]
136
-	) ON [PRIMARY] 
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-GO
138
-
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-ALTER TABLE [dbo].[cache_shared] WITH NOCHECK ADD 
140
-	 PRIMARY KEY CLUSTERED 
141
-	(
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-		[cache_key]
143
-	) ON [PRIMARY] 
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-GO
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-
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-ALTER TABLE [dbo].[cache_index] WITH NOCHECK ADD 
147
-	 PRIMARY KEY CLUSTERED 
148
-	(
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-		[user_id],[mailbox]
150
-	) ON [PRIMARY] 
151
-GO
152
-
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-ALTER TABLE [dbo].[cache_thread] WITH NOCHECK ADD 
154
-	 PRIMARY KEY CLUSTERED 
155
-	(
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-		[user_id],[mailbox]
157
-	) ON [PRIMARY] 
158
-GO
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-
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-ALTER TABLE [dbo].[cache_messages] WITH NOCHECK ADD 
161
-	 PRIMARY KEY CLUSTERED 
162
-	(
163
-		[user_id],[mailbox],[uid]
164
-	) ON [PRIMARY] 
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-GO
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-
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-ALTER TABLE [dbo].[contacts] WITH NOCHECK ADD 
168
-	CONSTRAINT [PK_contacts_contact_id] PRIMARY KEY  CLUSTERED 
169
-	(
170
-		[contact_id]
171
-	) ON [PRIMARY] 
172
-GO
173
-
174
-ALTER TABLE [dbo].[contactgroups] WITH NOCHECK ADD 
175
-	CONSTRAINT [PK_contactgroups_contactgroup_id] PRIMARY KEY CLUSTERED 
176
-	(
177
-		[contactgroup_id]
178
-	) ON [PRIMARY] 
179
-GO
180
-
181
-ALTER TABLE [dbo].[contactgroupmembers] WITH NOCHECK ADD 
182
-	CONSTRAINT [PK_contactgroupmembers_id] PRIMARY KEY CLUSTERED 
183
-	(
184
-		[contactgroup_id], [contact_id]
185
-	) ON [PRIMARY] 
186
-GO
187
-
188
-ALTER TABLE [dbo].[identities] WITH NOCHECK ADD 
189
-	 PRIMARY KEY  CLUSTERED 
190
-	(
191
-		[identity_id]
192
-	) ON [PRIMARY] 
193
-GO
194
-
195
-ALTER TABLE [dbo].[session] WITH NOCHECK ADD 
196
-	CONSTRAINT [PK_session_sess_id] PRIMARY KEY  CLUSTERED 
197
-	(
198
-		[sess_id]
199
-	) ON [PRIMARY] 
200
-GO
201
-
202
-ALTER TABLE [dbo].[users] WITH NOCHECK ADD 
203
-	CONSTRAINT [PK_users_user_id] PRIMARY KEY  CLUSTERED 
204
-	(
205
-		[user_id]
206
-	) ON [PRIMARY] 
207
-GO
208
-
209
-ALTER TABLE [dbo].[searches] WITH NOCHECK ADD 
210
-	CONSTRAINT [PK_searches_search_id] PRIMARY KEY CLUSTERED 
211
-	(
212
-		[search_id]
213
-	) ON [PRIMARY] 
214
-GO
215
-
216
-ALTER TABLE [dbo].[system] WITH NOCHECK ADD 
217
-	CONSTRAINT [PK_system_name] PRIMARY KEY CLUSTERED 
218
-	(
219
-		[name]
220
-	) ON [PRIMARY] 
221
-GO
222
-
223
-ALTER TABLE [dbo].[cache] ADD 
224
-	CONSTRAINT [DF_cache_user_id] DEFAULT ('0') FOR [user_id],
225
-	CONSTRAINT [DF_cache_cache_key] DEFAULT ('') FOR [cache_key]
226
-GO
227
-
228
-ALTER TABLE [dbo].[cache_index] ADD 
229
-	CONSTRAINT [DF_cache_index_valid] DEFAULT ('0') FOR [valid]
230
-GO
231
-
232
-ALTER TABLE [dbo].[cache_messages] ADD 
233
-	CONSTRAINT [DF_cache_messages_flags] DEFAULT (0) FOR [flags]
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]
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-GO
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-
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-CREATE INDEX [IX_cache_messages_user_id] ON [dbo].[cache_messages]([user_id]) ON [PRIMARY]
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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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-
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-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],
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-	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]
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-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],
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-	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_ip] DEFAULT ('') FOR [ip]
319
-GO
320
-
321
-CREATE INDEX [IX_session_changed] ON [dbo].[session]([changed]) ON [PRIMARY]
322
-GO
323
-
324
-ALTER TABLE [dbo].[users] ADD 
325
-	CONSTRAINT [DF_users_username] DEFAULT ('') FOR [username],
326
-	CONSTRAINT [DF_users_mail_host] DEFAULT ('') FOR [mail_host],
327
-	CONSTRAINT [DF_users_created] DEFAULT (getdate()) FOR [created]
328
-GO
329
-
330
-CREATE UNIQUE INDEX [IX_users_username] ON [dbo].[users]([username],[mail_host]) ON [PRIMARY]
331
-GO
332
-
333
-CREATE UNIQUE INDEX [IX_dictionary_user_language] ON [dbo].[dictionary]([user_id],[language]) ON [PRIMARY]
334
-GO
335
-
336
-ALTER TABLE [dbo].[searches] ADD 
337
-	CONSTRAINT [DF_searches_user] DEFAULT (0) FOR [user_id],
338
-	CONSTRAINT [DF_searches_type] DEFAULT (0) FOR [type]
339
-GO
340
-
341
-CREATE UNIQUE INDEX [IX_searches_user_type_name] ON [dbo].[searches]([user_id],[type],[name]) ON [PRIMARY]
342
-GO
343
-
344
-ALTER TABLE [dbo].[identities] ADD CONSTRAINT [FK_identities_user_id] 
345
-    FOREIGN KEY ([user_id]) REFERENCES [dbo].[users] ([user_id])
346
-    ON DELETE CASCADE ON UPDATE CASCADE
347
-GO
348
-
349
-ALTER TABLE [dbo].[contacts] ADD CONSTRAINT [FK_contacts_user_id]
350
-    FOREIGN KEY ([user_id]) REFERENCES [dbo].[users] ([user_id])
351
-    ON DELETE CASCADE ON UPDATE CASCADE
352
-GO
353
-
354
-ALTER TABLE [dbo].[contactgroups] ADD CONSTRAINT [FK_contactgroups_user_id]
355
-    FOREIGN KEY ([user_id]) REFERENCES [dbo].[users] ([user_id])
356
-    ON DELETE CASCADE ON UPDATE CASCADE
357
-GO
358
-
359
-ALTER TABLE [dbo].[cache] ADD CONSTRAINT [FK_cache_user_id]
360
-    FOREIGN KEY ([user_id]) REFERENCES [dbo].[users] ([user_id])
361
-    ON DELETE CASCADE ON UPDATE CASCADE
362
-GO
363
-
364
-ALTER TABLE [dbo].[cache_index] ADD CONSTRAINT [FK_cache_index_user_id]
365
-    FOREIGN KEY ([user_id]) REFERENCES [dbo].[users] ([user_id])
366
-    ON DELETE CASCADE ON UPDATE CASCADE
367
-GO
368
-
369
-ALTER TABLE [dbo].[cache_thread] ADD CONSTRAINT [FK_cache_thread_user_id]
370
-    FOREIGN KEY ([user_id]) REFERENCES [dbo].[users] ([user_id])
371
-    ON DELETE CASCADE ON UPDATE CASCADE
372
-GO
373
-
374
-ALTER TABLE [dbo].[cache_messages] ADD CONSTRAINT [FK_cache_messages_user_id]
375
-    FOREIGN KEY ([user_id]) REFERENCES [dbo].[users] ([user_id])
376
-    ON DELETE CASCADE ON UPDATE CASCADE
377
-GO
378
-
379
-ALTER TABLE [dbo].[contactgroupmembers] ADD CONSTRAINT [FK_contactgroupmembers_contactgroup_id]
380
-    FOREIGN KEY ([contactgroup_id]) REFERENCES [dbo].[contactgroups] ([contactgroup_id])
381
-    ON DELETE CASCADE ON UPDATE CASCADE
382
-GO
383
-
384
-ALTER TABLE [dbo].[searches] ADD CONSTRAINT [FK_searches_user_id]
385
-    FOREIGN KEY ([user_id]) REFERENCES [dbo].[users] ([user_id])
386
-    ON DELETE CASCADE ON UPDATE CASCADE
387
-GO
388
-
389
-CREATE TRIGGER [contact_delete_member] ON [dbo].[contacts]
390
-    AFTER DELETE AS
391
-    DELETE FROM [dbo].[contactgroupmembers]
392
-    WHERE [contact_id] IN (SELECT [contact_id] FROM deleted)
393
-GO
394
-
395
-INSERT INTO [dbo].[system] ([name], [value]) VALUES ('roundcube-version', '2016112200')
396
-GO
397
-

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roundcube/roundcubemail-1.3.6/SQL/mssql/2009103100.sql View File

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

+ 0
- 8
roundcube/roundcubemail-1.3.6/SQL/mssql/2010100600.sql View File

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

+ 0
- 9
roundcube/roundcubemail-1.3.6/SQL/mssql/2011011200.sql View File

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

+ 0
- 126
roundcube/roundcubemail-1.3.6/SQL/mssql/2011092800.sql View File

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

+ 0
- 3
roundcube/roundcubemail-1.3.6/SQL/mssql/2011111600.sql View File

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

+ 0
- 8
roundcube/roundcubemail-1.3.6/SQL/mssql/2011121400.sql View File

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

+ 0
- 16
roundcube/roundcubemail-1.3.6/SQL/mssql/2012051800.sql View File

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

+ 0
- 7
roundcube/roundcubemail-1.3.6/SQL/mssql/2012080700.sql View File

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

+ 0
- 13
roundcube/roundcubemail-1.3.6/SQL/mssql/2013011000.sql View File

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

+ 0
- 0
roundcube/roundcubemail-1.3.6/SQL/mssql/2013042700.sql View File

@@ -1 +0,0 @@

+ 0
- 17
roundcube/roundcubemail-1.3.6/SQL/mssql/2013052500.sql View File

@@ -1,17 +0,0 @@
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
-

+ 0
- 44
roundcube/roundcubemail-1.3.6/SQL/mssql/2013061000.sql View File

@@ -1,44 +0,0 @@
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]
28
-GO
29
-ALTER TABLE [dbo].[cache_thread] DROP COLUMN [changed]
30
-GO
31
-ALTER TABLE [dbo].[cache_messages] DROP COLUMN [changed]
32
-GO
33
-
34
-CREATE INDEX [IX_cache_expires] ON [dbo].[cache]([expires]) ON [PRIMARY]
35
-GO
36
-CREATE INDEX [IX_cache_shared_expires] ON [dbo].[cache_shared]([expires]) ON [PRIMARY]
37
-GO
38
-CREATE INDEX [IX_cache_index_expires] ON [dbo].[cache_index]([expires]) ON [PRIMARY]
39
-GO
40
-CREATE INDEX [IX_cache_thread_expires] ON [dbo].[cache_thread]([expires]) ON [PRIMARY]
41
-GO
42
-CREATE INDEX [IX_cache_messages_expires] ON [dbo].[cache_messages]([expires]) ON [PRIMARY]
43
-GO
44
-

+ 0
- 0
roundcube/roundcubemail-1.3.6/SQL/mssql/2014042900.sql View File

@@ -1 +0,0 @@

+ 0
- 0
roundcube/roundcubemail-1.3.6/SQL/mssql/2015030800.sql View File

@@ -1 +0,0 @@

+ 0
- 4
roundcube/roundcubemail-1.3.6/SQL/mssql/2015111100.sql View File

@@ -1,4 +0,0 @@
1
-ALTER TABLE [dbo].[users] ADD [failed_login] [datetime] NULL
2
-GO
3
-ALTER TABLE [dbo].[users] ADD [failed_login_counter] [int] NULL
4
-GO

+ 0
- 2
roundcube/roundcubemail-1.3.6/SQL/mssql/2016081200.sql View File

@@ -1,2 +0,0 @@
1
-ALTER TABLE [dbo].[session] DROP COLUMN [created]
2
-GO

+ 0
- 2
roundcube/roundcubemail-1.3.6/SQL/mssql/2016100900.sql View File

@@ -1,2 +0,0 @@
1
-ALTER TABLE [dbo].[session] ALTER COLUMN [ip] [varchar] (40) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL
2
-GO

+ 0
- 36
roundcube/roundcubemail-1.3.6/SQL/mssql/2016112200.sql View File

@@ -1,36 +0,0 @@
1
-DROP TABLE [dbo].[cache]
2
-GO
3
-DROP TABLE [dbo].[cache_shared]
4
-GO
5
-
6
-CREATE TABLE [dbo].[cache] (
7
-  [user_id] [int] NOT NULL ,
8
-  [cache_key] [varchar] (128) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL ,
9
-  [expires] [datetime] NULL ,
10
-  [data] [text] COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL 
11
-) ON [PRIMARY] TEXTIMAGE_ON [PRIMARY]
12
-GO
13
-CREATE TABLE [dbo].[cache_shared] (
14
-  [cache_key] [varchar] (255) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL ,
15
-  [expires] [datetime] NULL ,
16
-  [data] [text] COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI NOT NULL
17
-) ON [PRIMARY] TEXTIMAGE_ON [PRIMARY]
18
-GO
19
-ALTER TABLE [dbo].[cache] ADD
20
-  CONSTRAINT [DF_cache_user_id] DEFAULT ('0') FOR [user_id],
21
-  CONSTRAINT [DF_cache_cache_key] DEFAULT ('') FOR [cache_key],
22
-GO
23
-CREATE INDEX [IX_cache_expires] ON [dbo].[cache]([expires]) ON [PRIMARY]
24
-GO
25
-CREATE INDEX [IX_cache_shared_expires] ON [dbo].[cache_shared]([expires]) ON [PRIMARY]
26
-GO
27
-ALTER TABLE [dbo].[cache] WITH NOCHECK ADD
28
-  PRIMARY KEY CLUSTERED (
29
-    [user_id],[cache_key]
30
-  ) ON [PRIMARY]
31
-GO
32
-ALTER TABLE [dbo].[cache_shared] WITH NOCHECK ADD
33
-  PRIMARY KEY CLUSTERED (
34
-    [cache_key]
35
-  ) ON [PRIMARY]
36
-GO

+ 0
- 198
roundcube/roundcubemail-1.3.6/SQL/mysql.initial.sql View File

@@ -1,212 +0,0 @@
1
-
2
-
3
-/*!40014  SET FOREIGN_KEY_CHECKS=0 */;
4
-
5
-
6
-CREATE TABLE `session` (
7
- `sess_id` varchar(128) NOT NULL,
8
- `changed` datetime NOT NULL DEFAULT '1000-01-01 00:00:00',
9
- `ip` varchar(40) NOT NULL,
10
- `vars` mediumtext NOT NULL,
11
- PRIMARY KEY(`sess_id`),
12
- INDEX `changed_index` (`changed`)
13
-) /*!40000 ENGINE=INNODB */ /*!40101 CHARACTER SET utf8 COLLATE utf8_general_ci */;
14
-
15
-
16
-
17
-CREATE TABLE `users` (
18
- `user_id` int(10) UNSIGNED NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT,
19
- `username` varchar(128) BINARY NOT NULL,
20
- `mail_host` varchar(128) NOT NULL,
21
- `created` datetime NOT NULL DEFAULT '1000-01-01 00:00:00',
22
- `last_login` datetime DEFAULT NULL,
23
- `failed_login` datetime DEFAULT NULL,
24
- `failed_login_counter` int(10) UNSIGNED DEFAULT NULL,
25
- `language` varchar(5),
26
- `preferences` longtext,
27
- PRIMARY KEY(`user_id`),
28
- UNIQUE `username` (`username`, `mail_host`)
29
-) /*!40000 ENGINE=INNODB */ /*!40101 CHARACTER SET utf8 COLLATE utf8_general_ci */;
30
-
31
-
32
-
33
-CREATE TABLE `cache` (
34
- `user_id` int(10) UNSIGNED NOT NULL,
35
- `cache_key` varchar(128) /*!40101 CHARACTER SET ascii COLLATE ascii_general_ci */ NOT NULL,
36
- `expires` datetime DEFAULT NULL,
37
- `data` longtext NOT NULL,
38
- PRIMARY KEY (`user_id`, `cache_key`),
39
- CONSTRAINT `user_id_fk_cache` FOREIGN KEY (`user_id`)
40
-   REFERENCES `users`(`user_id`) ON DELETE CASCADE ON UPDATE CASCADE,
41
- INDEX `expires_index` (`expires`)
42
-) /*!40000 ENGINE=INNODB */ /*!40101 CHARACTER SET utf8 COLLATE utf8_general_ci */;
43
-
44
-
45
-
46
-CREATE TABLE `cache_shared` (
47
- `cache_key` varchar(255) /*!40101 CHARACTER SET ascii COLLATE ascii_general_ci */ NOT NULL,
48
- `expires` datetime DEFAULT NULL,
49
- `data` longtext NOT NULL,
50
- PRIMARY KEY (`cache_key`),
51
- INDEX `expires_index` (`expires`)
52
-) /*!40000 ENGINE=INNODB */ /*!40101 CHARACTER SET utf8 COLLATE utf8_general_ci */;
53
-
54
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