sqwebmail supports POP3 just fine. It's like a normal POP3 client that "Leaves messages on server"


It seems that the qmail, vpopmail, qmailadmin people tend to recommend squirrelmail and sqwebmail. However, these are both imap clients. Our initial reaction is to prefer (in order to save bandwidth, cpu cycles and disk space) pop3 and have users keep their mail folders on their local PC's. Why do you all like the imap web email clients? Are there any pop3 only web email clients that you guys would recommend?

Best Regards,

Jeff Koch

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