[aclug-L] Re: Webmail Frontends
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I haven't been following this thread very closely since i've been pulling
some allnighters getting freebsd up and running, but when i was at
websurf, i used AcmeMail (i think that's what it was called) and it worked
great... here's what the freshmeat appindex says about it:
"acmemail is a multiuser IMAP/POP3 to Web gateway (or webmail program).
It reads mail from a mail server and displays it using HTML on a web
server. It is written in Perl, has full support for MIME (and
mod_perl), is quite pretty, and is GPL'd or distributed under the Perl
it's very simple to setup, but works great... not a hotmail
work/look-a-like and it doesn't have some of the advanced options, but if
you want to check and send mail while still having access to the
attachments, it works pretty well.. another one I've looked at was
NeoMail... i got it working on my home box (slack7 at the time), but was
never able to get it working at websurf (rh6.2) which is why i opted for
acmemail... iirc,it's written in perl and uses pop3...
hope this helps!
<<< lloydix.2y.net FreeBSD 4.3-RELEASE #0: Thu Jul 5 06:16:31 CDT 2001
On Fri, 6 Jul 2001, Ryan Claycamp wrote:
> On Thu, Jun 28, 2001 at 05:06:55PM +0000, Matt Pankratz wrote:
> > I'm looking for some feedback from the group related to Webmail frontends
> > (GPL of course:>).
> > Freshmeat lists a bunch, including the following:
> > Webmail
> > acmemail
> > BasiliX
> > I'm wondering if anyone has experience / comments.
> I had started thinking about setting up a webmail service for my home
> intranet. This message prompted me to do something about it. I
> looked at those three, but didn't like them for various reasons. I
> searched freshmeat for webmail programs and found squirrelmail. Just
> installed it last night, so I don't have any experience with it yet,
> but installation was easy. It does require php4 and imap. That might
> be one worth trying; it seems to work okay so far.
> "Hello. My name is Luke Skywalker. You are my father. Prepare to die."
> - DocDaneeka, the Straight Dope Message Board - Return of The Princess
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