This article describes how to configure a shared address book in the Roundcube webmail client. With a shared (global) address book, you can share contacts across multiple e-mail accounts.
For example, you can create a [email protected] entry in the shared address book, and all of your e-mail users will be able to view and use the contact from their own accounts.
To configure a shared address book in Roundcube, follow these steps:
On the PHP Selector page, under PHP Extensions, select the check box next to ldap:
To install the shared address book plugin, type the following command:
composer require johndoh/globaladdressbook
Configure the options for the plugin:
'admin' => '[email protected]',
Log in to Roundcube with a valid e-mail account, and then in the left sidebar, click Contacts. The Shared Contacts entry appears (or the name you specified if you changed the name setting in the configuration file):
From here, you can manage the contacts in the shared address book.
For more information about Roundcube, please visit https://roundcube.net.
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