i had a very bad experince with this issue.. once i install a webmail.. then i discover it need
blah...once i install a webmail, i discover it need i dunt what to change the password..
once i install a webmail i discover .. i dunt know wat to run....uffff...
then i discoverd
Its is great email system, it has everything you look for.
and the most important it has Password changing! and multi language, history, enable with
postfix, enable to use with virtual and real users, and domains...etc..
above all, you can controll it in amazing way, and everything is builtin, you donot need to install
additional packages, than the ones with openwebmail to run.
before anything, check the instruction please. so you donot complain later :)
best of luck.
On Wednesday, Nov 19, 2003, at 17:27 Europe/London, Vince Hoffman wrote:
Hi all,I'd have to say Squirrel Mail
I'm considering installing a webmail system on one of my machines. Its internet facing, so i'd prefer security over features if its an issue. The machine in question is running 4.8, uw-imap, postfix and apache 2.0.47
Does anyone have any suggestions, experience they would like to share ?
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