Managing Your Roundcube Address Book

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When using the Roundcube webmail client you will have the option to use the Contacts option to save your email recipient information. The Contacts section is the address book for Roundcube. This article will walk you through how to manage the Roundcube address book by teaching you to add, delete and edit contacts.

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You will need to log in to the Roundcube webmail client before you can work with the Contacts. The typical URL will be formatted like this:

You can also use this format:

You would replace “” with your domain’s URL.

You will see a login screen that asks for your email address and password. If you have any problems with logging into the email account, then click on Reset Password under the login button.

How to Add a Contact

When you first log in to Roundcube, click on Contacts in the top right corner.

When you get to the Contacts screen you will see a plus icon in the second column. Click on this icon and then a blank contact form will appear. You can see an example in the screen capture below.

Fill in the form, then click on the Save button at the bottom of the form.

How to Edit a Contact

In the Contacts page, click on the contact you wish to edit, then click on Edit Contact.

When you’re finished with the contact, click on the Save button to save your changes.

How to Delete a Contact

Deleting a contact is easy with Roundcube. Simply go to the Contacts screen, select the contact that you want to remove, then click on the trashcan icon at the bottom of the page.

Congratulations! You now know how to manage contacts in the Roundcube address book. For more information on using Roundcube, check out How to Configure Preferences in Roundcube.

Arnel Custodio Content Writer I

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