> > I think part of the problem is that 'localhost' is being interpreted as > > the IPv6 loopback device ::1 and not the v4 127.0.0.1 - it may be that > > roundcube has got a wrong mailhost stored. Try running the following > > SQL command on your roundcube database: > > > > mysql --user=rc -p roundcubemail -e "select username,mail_host from > > users;" > > > > It will prompt for the password. (Obviously use a different user if > > it's not 'rc' and a different databasename if it's not 'roundcubemail' > > - they are the defaults and are defined in the roundcube config file.) > > > > It will come back with a list of the users defined and the mailhost it > > will attempt to connect to for that user. > > > > P. > > I seem to have forgotten the password I used. Have tried everything. I may > have to re-install roundcube. > A bit further up in the roundcube config file there's a line defining the database connection. The username, password and database name are all in the definition - something like $config['db_dsnw'] = 'mysql://username:password@host/database'; P.