Roundcube plugin to save and show user login information and login history.

  • PHP


    This server-side plugin is useful for all Roundcube users who don’t like to log into their mail account each time they open their browser. The plugin stores a persistent login cookie which automatically logs the user in the next time he or she visits the Roundcube web mailer.

  • PHP


    Adds reCAPTCHA to the login form

  • dummyluck/login_view

    Add a login name to the main interface

  • PHP


    Protectimus OTP solution for Roundcube

  • PHP


    Plugin to set custom information on the login entry screen.

  • PHP


    This plugin gives you the ability to login with an email address on low quality hosts

  • PHP


    A Roundcube Plugin to add a language selector on the login screen.

  • PHP


    A plugin to use Yubico's Yubikey 2nd factor with Roundcube webmail.

  • CSS


    Plugin for Roundcube webmail. Saves users login, date, time, ip and DNS name to MySQL upon loging in.

  • PHP


    This plugin will enable you to authenticate users against any standard OpenID Connect Provider. You’ll need to also run a local oxd OpenID Connect client service. The oxd middleware service is easy to install, and makes it easier to keep up-to-date with the latest security fixes for OAuth2. There are oxd plugins, modules and extennsions for many popular platforms and frameworks like: Wordpress, Magento, OpenCart, SugarCRM, SuiteCRM, Drupal, Roundcube, Spring Framework, Play Framework, Ruby on Rails and Python Flask. Using this plugin, you’ll be able to request a certain type of authentication using the OpenID Connect “acr” parameter. You may want to use strong two-factor authentication (2FA), or social login to Google, Facebook or other popular sites. Also supported is Super Gluu--a free mobile two factor authentication app. If you are also looking for a modern access management platform, you should consider the Gluu Server Community Edition. The Gluu Server includes an OpenID Connect Provider that will enable you to create local accounts for people in your domain, and to manage single sign-on (SSO) across your websites.

  • PHP


    Plugin to add whitelist and blacklist for login.

  • PHP


    Plugin to redirect on successful login to url presented in query param 'referer' (if it exists). Param name can be configured with $config['login_referer_param'] option

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    Logs failed login attempts to syslog in the format suitable for blocklist.de