1 (edited by TitanFighter 2015-03-17 23:37:57)

Topic: How\where to increase timeout session via Roundcube?

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Hi guys.
Could anyone tell me how to increase time-out session? I mean the session when people use mailboxes via Roundcube. My colleagues ask me to increase the time because they said it is annoying to login very often, sessions expire very quickly for them.

Thanks.

Regards,
Anton.

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Re: How\where to increase timeout session via Roundcube?

Roundcube session will expire in 10 minutes by default, you can find default setting in 'config/defaults.inc.php' under Roundcube directory. To change it, please add below setting in 'config/config.inc.php' (it's /usr/share/apache2/roundcubemail/config.inc.php on Debian/Ubuntu):

// Session lifetime in minutes
$config['session_lifetime'] = 30;

Set a proper timeout value you want.

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Re: How\where to increase timeout session via Roundcube?

Thanks.