Download your version of Roundcube

Stable version - 1.5.0

Package Size SHA-256 checksum
Dependent1 4.3 MB f204b412f930ef6af9832d9afa95640803b7b94c3028450b0f94f56cdc4bbe1d
Complete 7.4 MB 2fdc7b1663e5e99706bff34093aa4731d4bf22a58cb555a2520ed1bde78d012c
Framework 2 MB eae32f0b8178b1c5db0c6c14c822fc609b72af3ecae8866635bf159ee69f4c54

Old stable - 1.4.11

Package Size SHA-256 checksum
Dependent1 4.2 MB 524a6c8095508b8d911c0c5121ea6d16ca4c42894e10aaa0e29ded983687923c
Complete 6.7 MB ac7319070c305fc2c88c7723605562d8607030732beee931cdb4091cf05e69b7
Framework 2 MB 877ad2d65f7f24b43d5000f30f5b5ba59bf753623e2a6f2a9d3431f147f02815

LTS versions

Long Term Support with low maintenance mode. This means only security updates and rare fixes of serious issues will go into these release branches.

Package Size SHA-256 checksum
1.3.16 - Dependent 3.1 MB b43fda0a58a6fb6f950c062fdcadb63040c3b672d3515a26ed4878c68684a015
1.3.16 - Complete 5.3 MB 7d6e2853f3db2a35b1cb36412177299f4323400e73c3ec704077520dcba1bcb8
1.2.13 - Complete 3.8 MB 04d25f7ea238c58733f0e88086cb3362873236a4e5c30ec94a5fea9a5e14ae4d

1. Dependent packages only contain sources which are licensed under the GPL but they require some third-party packages to be installed along with Roundcube. All requirements are listed in the INSTALL instructions within the package file.

Other sources and downloads

GitHub
  • All recent versions are listed on our Github releases page - complete with release notes and signatures.
  • To get the bleeding edge development version check out the files directly from our Github repository.
  • Archives of older releases can be found on sourceforge.net.
Docker
Other
  • Roundcube can also be installed through auto installers like softaculous.com or cPanel.
  • The BitNami Roundcube Stack provides a one-click installer for various platforms and cloud services.
  • Via the Cloudron app store. Each Cloudron is a fully equipped mail server and has sieve integration.
  • Various Unix/Linux distributions provide Roundcube via their package managers. Check your local package repository.

PGP signatures for package verification

Release tarballs listed above are signed with PGP to allow you to verify the authencity. We sign them with the identity Roundcube Developers <[email protected]> alias 41C4F7D5 and the public key can be downloaded from the pgp.mit.edu keyserver or from our website. The signatures can be found with the according release item on the GitHub releases page.

After downloading the pubkey and the signature file, verify packages with

gpg --verify roundcubemail-<version>.tar.gz{.asc,}

Installation and upgrading

Plugins

The basic installation of Roundcube is not the end of the world. There are plenty of 3rd party plugins available that extend the functionality or add new features. Check out our Plugins Repository and find what you're missing and read the instructions how to install plugins and keep them up-to-date.

Complete Email Server Packages with Roundcube

Kolab Groupware

The Kolab Groupware Solution provides a complete email and groupware server pre-packaged for various linux distributions with Roundcube sitting on top as its web client. It offers easy configurable LDAP address books, calendars, tasks, mobile synchronization and more. An enterprise version with professional support is available from Kolab Systems.

iRedMail

iRedMail is another fully open source email server solution that lets you install a full-featured email server in a few minutes. It installs and configures the popular open source email components like Postfix, Dovecot, Amavisd and - of course Roundcube - on major Linux and BSD distrubutions.

Mail-in-a-Box

Mail-in-a-Box turns a fresh cloud computer into a fully equipped, working mail server. The setup provides Roundcube webmail and an IMAP/SMTP server for use with mobile devices and desktop mail software. It also includes contacts and calendar synchronization.

mailcow

mailcow is an open source mail server suite for groupware/email purposes that can be installed in a fresh Debian/Ubuntu instance. It is powered by various open source mail server components (Dovecot, Postfix, ...) that can be administered in its modern web UI. It also comes with IMAP, POP3 and SMTP support as an alternative to Roundcube webmail.