I have been a long time user of sqwebmail but it's handling of double
byte characters sets leaves much to be desired. Otherwise it is a good
package. And yes, it is fast because as Mike points out it doesn't read
the entire contents of a maildir into memory before showing the mail.
On Mon, 6 Oct 2003 09:33:14 +0300
Mike Jackson <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> granted us these pearls of wisdom:
> ext Timothy J. Luoma ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:
> > To paraphrase a Mutt slogan, "All Webmail sucks" so the key is finding one
> > that sucks less.
> I'm a mutt user myself :-) And as for a webmail software that sucks the
> least, it's Sqwebmail. Only caveat is that your mailboxes need to be in
> maildir format, e.g. you need to use Qmail or Postfix as your MTA. There
> are good utils available for converting mbox to maildir. And procmail
> works just fine with maildir. Maildir is really great in that your
> webmail cgi, etc, doesn't have to read a 100mb mbox file into memory
> before displaying a single message :-)
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