On Sunday 05 October 2003 12:47 pm, S Ellis wrote:
> Hello,
> I want to broaden access to my home email by adding a webmail interface.
> Right now I'm running sendmail with procmail and using spamassassin; I'd
> like to keep this setup. Looking at the squirrelmail port has raised
> some questions for me.
> -I don't really grasp where the imap server comes into play
> -can I even keep the setup above and have squirrelmail?
> -can I continue to use the same 'unix' mailboxes, spools?
> I know that these questions are rather basic, but I'm not seeing what I
> need to in the squirrelmail docs, and the cyrus-imap port looks alittle
> daunting as well (overkill?).
openwebmail is in ports and it uses it's own pop3 client/server.

Personally, I like imp (/usr/ports/imp3), but it's configuration can be a bit 

Tim Kellers

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