Roundcube addressbook for our own domains from postgresql auth table to roundcube.

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I am installing RC version..... on Debian .......

We are using PostgreSQL for authentication, ie all our email ids & passwords are in a Postgres table.
We query local roundcube database as

<$config['db_dsnw'] = 'pgsql://roundcube:Password@tcp(localhost:5434)/roundcubemail';>
It works, we are able to login & access email, send/receive, etc.

I have added Global Address Book as: under /var/www/html/roundcube/config/
<$config['autocomplete_addressbooks'] = array('sql','global_address_book');>

and it is also working, email addresses get saved in it.

However, we are not able to get the email ids in our own domain when we start typing in the To: field.
How to link the ids of our own domain ( from the postgres email id auth table) to RC so that the when any email id is added there, it will appear when we start entering it in To field.

Arnel C
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Thanks for the question about setting up Round Cube to recognize the email addresses when a letter is typed in the "To" field.  I was checking this behavior on my own account, and it does NOT work that way - at least in my version.  When I type in the starting letters for the domain, it lists ALL of the email addresses that are stored.  It doesn't list them by the actual email address itself, but all the addresses based on the domain name.

If you are looking to see if this behavior can be changed, we unfortunately cannot change its functionality as we did not develop it.  Make sure to check it's online documentation for other details on configuration. 

If you have any further questions or comments, please let us know.

Kindest Regards,

Arnel C.