For a more stable, portable, and faster experience with Roundcube, user databases should be converted to SQLite from MySQL.
If you change Roundcube’s database to an SQLite database, you cannot revert back to a MySQL database.
To convert the Roundcube database in cPanel & WHM from MySQL to SQLite, run the following command:
After you convert the system to an SQLite database, you can use this script to troubleshoot issues with specific users.
When troubleshooting a failed conversion, to convert the Roundcube data for a single cPanel user from MySQL to SQLite, run the same command with the
user parameter, where
user represents the database user:
Note, all users on a system must use the same database format. You cannot use this script to convert just one user and leave the rest using MySQL.