This is what I want exactly, something that acts as a web-based POP3 client,
and can be run anywhere.
The problem with NSWM is that it doesnt support the fonts I uae "Arabic
fonts that is", this is why I sent my question to you here. Is there any
other options? I found NOCC <nocc.sourceforge.net> and it seems to be fine,
but the installation wasn't successful for some unknown reason.
Any other applications that can acts as a web-based POP3 client?
Thanking you in advamce for your help!
----- Original Message -----
From: "WWW" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: "Fawaz" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Cc: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Friday, December 27, 2002 5:46 PM
Subject: Re: POP3 with Web Interface Email Application
> If you are running a POP3 server, the best thing to do is run Apache with
> some sort of Perl-based POP3 client. I would recommend:
> It is a Perl application that pretty much acts as a web-based POP3 client.
> You dont have to run this app on the POP3 server, it can be run anywhere.
> The server you put it on just needs to have sendmail for out-bound mail. I
> have used nswm in the past, and it works well. You have to play with the
> code a little if you want to customize the look and feel.
> On Fri, 27 Dec 2002, Fawaz wrote:
> > Hello everyone,
> > We are a small company, and we have a POP3 Email server that is running
> > iPlanet. I need to to build a web interface so I can check the email by
> > browser. Since that iPlanet thing was provided by some 3rd party
> > which is not able to setup an application that fits our need, I thought
> > building a server, and installing some application on that server to
> > the messages from the POP3 account, and publish it by Apache -as an
> > Any idea? Thanking you in advance
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