Because IMHO the imap webmail solutions are agonizingly slow using the kinds of connections you are likely to see on the road.
At 05:28 PM 6/3/2004, you wrote:
Alexandre Vieira wrote:You only have to install courier-imap to make squirrel work. It is a no-brainer installation. I'd recommend trying it.
I heard that squirrelmail worked with POP3 accounts but in the website it only says that support IMAP. Is there any patch/plugin or something to make it work with POP3? If no, is there any other good webmail to use with POP3 servers?
Why dont you want to use a pop3 only solution anyway?
Jeff Koch, Intersessions