[Mailman-Users] Off-Topic: WebMail recommendations?

Steve Pirk orion at deathcon.com
Fri May 18 01:46:17 CEST 2001

>From another response, I looked at Twig and SquirrelMail.
I picked SquirrelMail because it snapped into place, gave me
user preferences, and did not require a database (like MySQL).

I have used Aeromail, and it is functional, but does not handle
attachments well. I am very happy with SquirrelMail at the 

Steve Pirk
orion at deathcon.com . deathcon.com . pirk.com . webops.com . t2servers.com 

On Wed, 9 May 2001, Dave Melton wrote:

> Sorry for the off-topic post, but at least I confessed my sin in
> advance!  
> Since this group really seems to know its stuff, I'd like to ask 
> for recommendations for a webmail server that will run on 
> the same RHL7 machine as my Mailman installations.  I'm hosting 
> several low-traffic domains for non-profits and other groups...all
> important to the people involved, but no world-class performance
> requirements.
> Open source is preferrable, both for cost and customization, but
> some cost is acceptable if needed.  So far I've looked at:
> BrowserExpress: Not open source, but reasonably priced.  Incredibly
> easy to install, but pretty basic functionality.  It works.
> Squirrel Mail: Open source and feature rich, but I don't want to
> fight my way through a MySQL->PHP->Apache->SquirrelMail installation
> path just to get webmail running.
> "Web E-Mail": Another open source package.  Looks very basic and a
> bit rough, and they admit that it's not the most secure.  Just based
> on their web site, I don't think it's where I want to be.
> Any other recommendations?
> Thanks much,
>   Dave Melton
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