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Old 11-22-2012, 04:05 AM   #1
jamil.isayyed
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Mail Server, hiding or disabling some options in settings from user


Hello all,

i have web mail server using roundcube and postfix, recently i have updated my roundcube to 0.8.4, it is really amazing

the problem is when i entered the settings panels in the web interface, there is a lot of options that i need to hide it.

i already checked the configuration file main.inc.php but i could not do it from there, so please any help how to implement it??

i know this question is more related to roundcube forums, but i know also that i can find here a lot of experts that can help.

thanks a lot , and i appreciate your help
 
  


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