cant you just check it on google on your own??? www.sqirrelmail.org is the first result it shows searching for "sqirrelmail"
----- Mensaje original ----- De: JeRRy <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> Fecha: Martes, Octubre 4, 2005 12:58 pm Asunto: Re: [PHP-DB] PHP email client > sqirrelmail.org > "can't display page" > You sure that is the url? > > Brent Baisley <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > SqirrelMail is as customizable as you want, it's written in PHP > and > you get the source code. By default it comes with various > preferences > a user can change (i.e. color scheme). You can create folders if > you > setup it up as an IMAP account. The interface certainly isn't as > fancy and dynamic as gmail or yahoo, but it's designed to work in > just about any browser. > You could certainly add some ad display code to the interface, > after > all it is "just a web page". > > sqirrelmail.org > dbmail.org > postfix.org > sendmail.org > mysql.com (everything can't be .org) > > Price: free > > > On Oct 3, 2005, at 11:41 AM, JeRRy wrote: > > > Thanks Brent, > > > > Just for future refrence for this list if i look back on it or > for > > others interest as well do you have direct links to the ones you > > have listed below? > > > > I did a search and got third party addresses that did not seem > to > > direct to the real address. But that might of been the search > > terms I was using or the real sites were not available at the > time > > I searched. > > > > But the links would be handy and any costs assosicated to them. > > SquirellMail I think I have heard about and is used in most > > CPANEL's. But how customizable is this? That is the sort of > > client I would need. > > I know Horde pretty well, is that customizable. > > > > What I wanna do is add ads to all accounts and each time a user > > sees the ad they get credit, they don't need to click it to > earn. > > Something like that but with more detail. So it needs to be able > > to add ads and to add PHP code and mysql code to it and be able > to > > get basic info back from the email client to know who is logged in. > > > > Jerry > > Brent Baisley > wrote: > > SquirrelMail is used by a lot people and comes with a lot of systems > > (i.e. Apple Servers, Linux). It's not tied to any particular email > > server, it's open source and PHP based, so you can customize it to > > your needs. > > The email address has to do with the email server, not the web front > > end. Postfix is a pretty popular email server that supports many > > configurations and is a heck of a lot easier to learn and setup than > > sendmail. dbMail is another interesting one that can use a database > > (mysql, postgres) as a back, which helps with searching large mail > > boxes or tying into a whole system. > > > > > > On Oct 3, 2005, at 9:39 AM, JeRRy wrote: > > > > > Hello, > > > > > > What I am looking for is to offer a website that people can freely > > > signup and use as a real email address. A client where they can > > > send/recieve emails just like Yahoo! Mail and Hotmail etc. > Have it > > > web based. But I don't just want any email client, it must be > > > customizable and code added to it. So I am not looking to go > to a > > > www site and signup for them to brand it. I want to customize it > > > entiley which does not just include the colours and format I mean > > > customize the code itself and add to it as it won't just be a > email> > site, it will pay you to send emails etc. > > > > > > Free or price is fine. I know of a few BASIC free ones but their > > > very basic. If I can avoid allowing attachments that's fine or a > > > section to allow or disallow ataachments. But when is ay basic > > > their damn basic. I need one that you have settings, folders etc. > > > > > > Any ideas? Or anyone have the time to write such a client for me? > > > > > > I'm not really sure if the client can be or would be PHP based or > > > datbase driven. I'd hope so because I could adapt to it bette > r and > > > work on it but if not I am willing to learn the bits. > > > > > > Time frame? Well if someone needs to write it I don't need it > > > anytime soon. I want it to be stable and what not so needs to be > > > fine and operate correctly. But if I can buy or get some code I > > > can edit there will be alot of editing but that would be fine. Any > > > ideas people? > > > > > > email will be in the form of [EMAIL PROTECTED] not like > > > [EMAIL PROTECTED] it's going to have it's own domain. > > > > > > Something like rock.com would be fine. > > > > > > Thanks! > > > > > > Jerry > > > > > > > > > --------------------------------- > > > Do you Yahoo!? > > > Find a local business fast with Yahoo! 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