On Tuesday 05 July 2005 17:45, Kyle Wheeler wrote: > Ahh... well, don't get too anxious for people to drop their MS Outlooks. > I've yet to see a webmail that provides the speed and convenience (and > offline access) that a good client-side mail browser can (not that I'm > defending MS Outlook or anything).
Here's how: PHP4.x eaccelerator, zend accelerator or turck-mmcache Squirrelmail w/Zlib compression turned on ImapProxyD Courier Imap w/Inotify(Dnotify if you must) Linux 2.6 kernels all around I'm always amazed when I have to use our webmail for some reason. It's blinding fast. > hand before, and I currently use the Debian package -- they're about Great. Now apt-get install imapproxy, configure and marvel. :) > The best I've gotten here is a homemade tiny squirrelmail plugin that > puts a link to qmailadmin on the squirrelmail login page. If anyone's > interested, I can post it (though it's really and truly trivial). Sure, if it's a plugin. That would possibly save me some editing time for updates. -- Cheers, Steve |President & Systems Administrator, Kingston Online Services |(e pluribus unix) Multiple-T3/OC3 URL: http://www.kos.net/ |Business and Education partners in SouthEastern Ontario | |"Through the firewall, out the router, down the OC3, across the |backbone, bounced from satellite, it's nothing but net." |(forgive me if I'm terse, I answer hundreds of e-mails a day)