As part of the recent site maintenance, we upgraded Roundcube to the latest release, from 1.2.3 to 1.3.9. If you are interested in what has changed, you can view the detailed CHANGELOG.

Just after I did the upgrade to 1.2.2 and announced it, Roundcube released update 1.2.3. I have just applied that upgrade.

We have recently upgraded the AcceptIO version of Roundcube webmail to the latest released version (1.2.2).
If you have been using Roundcube, we think you will find this upgrade to have many small but pleasant changes. If you have not used Roundcube or haven't used it for a while, we suggest you give it a try. In either case, it is probably worthwhile to browse through the settings menu to configure things to your personal tastes.

One new feature that is especially noteworthy is the ability to use Roundcube as your email client for resolving "mailto:" links in web pages. You'll often find the URL behind an email address to be of the "mailto:" variety. If you want to open Roundcube for such things, log on to Roundcube and go to Settings > Preferences > User Interface. At the bottom of the page, you will find a link with the text "Register protocol handler for mailto: links". Use of this does depend on your using a mainstream browser with JavaScript enabled.

You can connect to Roundcube via links from the web site or directly via We did not write Roundcube; we merely installed and configured a local copy. Roundcube is open source, and the official web site for it is (they won't know anything about AcceptIO or our local installation).

If you have questions or comments about the local installation of Roundcube, please contact AcceptIO support at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

If you use Google's Chrome browser with SquirrelMail, you may have noticed that you aren't given the option to compose new messages or replies in HTML (also known as "rich text").  So, you can't do any kind of formatting other than plain text.  The situation happens no matter what your SM option settings are for HTML composition.

If you are a SquirrelMail (SM) user, you may be interested in a new display theme and style sheet which parallels the look and feel of the main web site.

Until September 2011, the web site had a fairly simple look. Things at least look a lot nicer since then compared to a while back. At this time, we don't have a whole lot more content on the site, but we have converted it so that it's managed by a web content management system (CMS) called Joomla! (the exclamation point is their idea, not ours). As part of the recent site maintenance, we took the opportunity to upgrade to the latest version.

We recently made some changes that are intended to improve things when doing a full text search of email messages.

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