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Date:      Thu, 5 Oct 2006 08:44:40 +0800
From:      "jan gestre" <freebsd.ph@gmail.com>
To:        "John Nielsen" <lists@jnielsen.net>
Cc:        Desmond Coughlan <coughlandesmond@yahoo.fr>, freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: cheapskate webmail interface
Message-ID:  <a25afc300610041744o5f4db6bblc97d70dcd593fdb8@mail.gmail.com>
In-Reply-To: <200610041354.58581.lists@jnielsen.net>
References:  <20061004165447.15287.qmail@web27512.mail.ukl.yahoo.com> <200610041354.58581.lists@jnielsen.net>

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On 10/5/06, John Nielsen <lists@jnielsen.net> wrote:
>
> On Wednesday 04 October 2006 12:54, Desmond Coughlan wrote:
> <snip>
> > Now we just need forums and webmail.  The latter will be
> > http://www.phpbb.com/ but for webmail, we're having difficulty finding a
> > free solution.  ismail won't install from the ports, and other than
> that,
> > everything I've found looks to be in the region of 250 $US.  As I
> believe
> > I've mentioned, the organisation is a school, and that sort of money
> just
> > isn't in the kitty.  So my options are to write it in perl myself... oh
> > G-d, we want it to be working before Passover 2010!  Or we find an open
> > source version.
>
> Horde+Imp, SquirrelMail, and OpenWebMail all spring immediately to mind,
> and
> all should be in ports. I use Horde on my mail server and think it's
> great;
> very flexible and powerful. It is a bit cumbersome to get running and to
> upgrade, but that aspect continues to improve. The other two are a bit
> more
> basic but each has a wide following.
>
> you may want to try roundcube http://www.roundcube.net although it's still
on beta the interface's rocks, nothing you ever experienced before,
certainly cooler than squirrelmail with AJAX like interface.



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