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Re: webmail

On Sun, 16 Jun 2002 23:09:44 +0200, Russell Coker writes:
>What's a good webmail system to use?

squirrelmail has proved the least painful (they _all_ are) for me.

>There are several in Debian, I've had experience with IMP, but that 
>experience has been mostly painful.  Upgrading it is always difficult, and 
>the packages insist on Postgresql even though it's not needed at all unless 
>you have a cluster.
>How do the other webmail systems compare?

I've had acmemail running for some time, but it's bugginess and 
 _sloooow_ness closely resemble certain MS-prdoucts.

All the others I've had a look at required something I'm not willing to 
 install on my servers, so it got to be one that's either perl, C, or 
 PHP, and actually _works_.

squirrelmail was the only one I could find which matched those 
 requirements, but YMMV, of course.

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