On 10/5/06, John Nielsen <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
On Wednesday 04 October 2006 12:54, Desmond Coughlan wrote: <snip> > Now we just need forums and webmail. The latter will be > http://www.phpbb.com/ but for webmail, we're having difficulty finding a > free solution. ismail won't install from the ports, and other than that, > everything I've found looks to be in the region of 250 $US. As I believe > I've mentioned, the organisation is a school, and that sort of money just > isn't in the kitty. So my options are to write it in perl myself... oh > G-d, we want it to be working before Passover 2010! Or we find an open > source version. Horde+Imp, SquirrelMail, and OpenWebMail all spring immediately to mind, and all should be in ports. I use Horde on my mail server and think it's great; very flexible and powerful. It is a bit cumbersome to get running and to upgrade, but that aspect continues to improve. The other two are a bit more basic but each has a wide following. you may want to try roundcube http://www.roundcube.net although it's still
on beta the interface's rocks, nothing you ever experienced before, certainly cooler than squirrelmail with AJAX like interface. _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"