On Tue, 18 Feb 2003 14:34:26 -0600 (CST)
"Rod Rodolico" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I am using SquirrelMail to provide web based e-mail for my clients.
> I used to use NeoMail and have investigated phpGroupWare.
> SquirrelMail also has a(currently broken) nice calendar and some
> other add-in modules which is nice.
> Any suggestions of other packages I should investigate?
> Also, I use usermin to give clients the ability to modify passwords,
> vacation replies, etc... (maildir support stinks, however).
> Suggestions on this would be appreciated also.
I've recently begun using Openwebmail (I Believe it's based on
NeoMail) and have been_very_ satisfied with it. Multiple
authentication schemes, pop3 support, virtual hosting support,
flexible configuration, Calendar (Though the calendar isn't very
pretty). Every time I think "oh man, I wish it did this" It turns out
that it does and it's just a config option away.
Openwebmail can even (If configured properly) allow users to
change passwords and such.
Free The Lapland Six!!!
- From: "Rod Rodolico" <email@example.com>