As you may be aware, yesterday the Roundcube team has released a milestone upgrade to the Roundcube program: version 1.5.0. This long-awaited upgrade introduces a lot of new functionality and fixes a lot of bugs and issues. We have been working on making our skins and plugins compatible with Roundcube 1.5 for many months now, ever since it first became available for beta testing. As a result, all the Roundcube Plus plugins and skins are fully compatible with this latest release of Roundcube out of the box. Additionally, all our software supports the dark mode, which is a feature that many of the Roundcube users have been waiting for.
Enable 2FA For Roundcube Webmail - Now Available!
The next step in helping our users keep their Roundcube email data safe is now available with the release of two-factor authentication for Roundcube. After receiving many requests for a multi-factor authentication plugin for Roundcube we it is finally here.
Our 2FA plugin is the first in a series of webmail security pluigns we are developing to make your webmail communications more secure. Find the 2FA plugin here: Two-Factor Authentication
We're happy to announce the release of a major upgrade to our skins and plugins. The upgrade includes an assortment of new functionality and a lot of bug fixes. Let's highlight a few improvements.
The dark mode
As you may be aware, Roundcube 1.5 (currently in beta) introduces an exciting new feature: the dark mode. We decided to make our skins and plugin compatible with it already so that our customers could upgrade to Roundcube 1.5 as soon as it gets released. You'll be happy to know that as of today all our plugins and elastic-based skins are fully compatible with Roundcube 1.5 and its dark mode.
The calendar plugin was one of the major beneficiaries of the newest upgrade:
We have released an upgrade that fixes a number of bugs and introduces some new functionality to the Email Scheduler and Calendar plugins. The Scheduler got a new, user-friendly date/time picker that works natively on mobile devices, an update of its UI elements, and some new translations. The Calendar got a major upgrade of its core components with improved support for PHP 7.4 and over 20 bug fixes. The upgraded skins can properly style and display the newly introduced visual elements.
The latest version of the skins and plugins are available for download in our customer area.
We have just released an upgrade to the Roundcube Plus skins that fixes and improves the handling of the custom logo images. The images now get automatically resized to fit the login boxes on both desktop and mobile devices. The skins in the Atlas hosting have also been updated and the image upload functionality has been improved to better handle the stored graphics.
The upgraded software is available for download in our customer area. If you would like to try our skins and plugins for free, why not sign up for a free Atlas account!
Happy New Year 2020! We're celebrating the turning of the decade by releasing a new upgrade to our skins and plugins!
To start with, the calendar plugin got better at handling event attendee invitations. When you invite someone to an event and the invitation gets accepted, the event will automatically be displayed in the attendee's calendar. If you're inviting someone who doesn't use Roundcube, he or she will be able to easily import the event to their third-party calendar, since the email now includes the event's ICS file.
The new Elastic-based skins got some fixes to their UI: the display of the sidebar and the menu bar, especially evident in the GMail+ skin when running the advert plugin.
We have released an upgrade to the plugin/skin packages that includes some fixes and improvements, especially applicable to those, who use Roundcube 1.4.x. We fixed the logout page errors; problems with some old config options not working properly on RC 1.4; database query quotation problems on Postgres; and a few other minor issues. The new version of the software is available for download in the customer area of our website.
Alternatively, if you want to always be running the latest version hassel free, try our cloud based RoundcubePlus Atlas here: https://roundcubeplus.com/atlas-webmail-in-the-cloud
We've released 3 new skins based on the Roundcube 1.4 Elastic version: Outlook+, GMail+, Driod+
These can be downloaded free if you're an Ultimate or Maga pack customer and have an active license.
Roundcube 1.4 Elastic is finally here. It's a fully responsive version of Roundcube and we have re-engenieered all our skins and plugins to work with this exciting new version.
You will also find new+ skins, Outlook+, Driod+, GMail+. Those are specificly made for the Elastic version of Roundcube 1.4.
We also decided to keep the older versions of the skins and port them over to 1.4. This will give you and your customers time to transition or keep the old ones if you prefer.
This upgrade is FREE for all customers with active licenses and can now be downloaded from your customer area.
A few upgrade highlights:
Want to run your own Gmail without google reading your emails? Get the "Gmailesque" GMail+ skin, based on the fully responsive new Elastic Roundcube 1.4.x.
We have just released a new upgrade to our skins and plugins. The new version includes a lot of fixes, some new functionality, and is compatible with Roundcube 1.4 RC2. Although Roundcube 1.4 has not been released yet and it should not be used in production, you're welcome to test it with our plugins and see how they look and work. Just keep in mind that the compatibility is still in beta and we don't officially support it yet.
The new version of the skins and plugins that we have just released can be downloaded in our customer area.
It seems like the latest version of the Chrome browser has created some user interface issues with our skins. Today we have released an upgrade that fixes these problems. If you're experiencing any skin-related UI issues on Chrome, download and install the latest version of the skins (and the xskin and xframework plugins) to get them fixed. The latest version of the skins is available in the customer area.
We have released a software upgrade that includes important security fixes. If you're using the Roundcube Plus plugins we urge you to download the latest version and upgrade as soon as you can. Besides fixing the security issues, we also fixed a few UI problems, upgraded the third party libraries, added some new functionality and new translations. The file upload functions will now re-save the images to reduce their size on the server; you'll be able to give your customers a limited access to their own Roundcube configuration files; and if you're planning to upgrade to Roundcube 1.3.10 released a few days ago, you can rest assured that the skins and plugins will work properly.
Important changes introduced in the latest upgrade:
If you have used our Weather plugin, you may have noticed that sometimes it had a problem with getting the weather data for some locations. For example, if you wanted to get the weather for Portland, Maine, USA, you'd always get Portland, Oregon instead. This was due to the limitations of the Openweathermap service used by our plugin, which doesn't support narrowing down the location by specify a region or a state.
We're happy to announce that our skins and plugins are fully compatible with the recently released version of Roundcube: 1.3.9. If you're using the latest version of our skins and plugins, you can safely upgrade to this new version of Roundcube. If you'd like to find out more about the changes brought about by this latest upgrade, follow this link:
A new Roundcube upgrade is available: version 1.3.7. All our skins and plugins are fully compatible with this new version, so if you're running the latest version of our software, you should be able to upgrade without any problems.
What's new in Roundcube 1.3.7? It contains several bug fixes and a security fix for the way OpenPGP is used. If you'd like to read more about this latest relese, here's the release announcement.
We've just released a new upgrade to the calendar and framework plugins. The calendar sharing options got updated: it's now possible to choose which users will be notified when a calendar is shared with them. A new color management system helps with assigning colors to calendars and events, and the calendar list UI got refreshed to make sure it's clearer and works properly with all the skins.
A new, major upgrade to our skins and plugins been released! All the plugins are now fully compatible with Postgres as well as the new Elastic skin that will be included with the upcoming version of Roundcube.
As you may have heard, the Roundcube team is developing a new skin called Elastic. The skin will be responsive and will be usable on desktop devices, tablets and phones. It's still in the works and it will take some time before it's released, but we'd like our plugins to be fully compatible with Elastic as soon as it's ready. We started upgrading the plugins to make sure they work with both the current Larry skin, the Roundcube Plus skins and the new Elastic skin.
It will take some creative work to make sure the plugins are versitile enough to work with all the skin variations our curstomers would like to use, but the work is going well, and we're confident we'll have the plugins ready by the time Elastic is released.
We have just released the first software upgrade this year! It's a minor upgrade that fixes some issues and bugs in several of our plugins. The new version of the software is available in our customer area. Happy New Year!