One thing I like about sqwebmail is that you can create rules which the
other do not (maildrop) at least I have not seen it yet.
Just my 2 cents
On 1/19/10 16:09 , "Matt Brookings" <m...@inter7.com> wrote:
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> Trey Nolen wrote:
>> We are currently building a new mail server and migrating from an
>> existing one. I know there has been some issues with Courier and
>> Vpopmail as far as authentication goes and that Courier has dropped
>> support for Vpopmail. Our old server still has Sqwebmail as one of the
>> web interfaces. In order to smooth the transition, I had planned on
>> including Sqwebmail on the new one. However, we are upgrading our
>> Vpopmail and are using Dovecot (we migrated to Dovecot from Courier on
>> the old one too).
>> So, my question is that since we are upgrading our Vpopmail, can I
>> download the current Courier authentication library (0.63.0) and use it
>> for Sqwebmail? Or is Sqwebmail just not supported with Vpopmail anymore
>> because of the authentication issues? I can drop it if necessary and
>> migrate our users to one of our newer interfaces, but I just wanted to
>> keep it around if I could for those users who don't like change.
> Courier has dropped support for vpopmail because they want to focus on their
> own MTA, is my understanding. As a result, vpopmail has dropped support for
> I would recommend SquirrelMail/Nutsmail or Roundcube talking to Dovecot. Both
> interfaces are far superior to SqWebmail in every way.
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