On 3/23/06, Lars Hecking <lhecking at users.sourceforge.net> wrote:
> Has anyone here ever done a comparison if webmail clients? I'm particularily
> interested in openwebmail and horde/imp. I know imp pretty well, but not
> openwebmail. LDAP support is required (both do), but AFAICT, openwebmail
> operates on a mail spool directory only, i.e. no imap/pop support.
I think you actually meant webmail servers rather than clients.
The one we use is Squirrelmail. With a bit of tweaking, it will
support LDAP. It is pretty lightweight and works alright.
A nice thing about Imp/Horde is the fact that there are some nice
shared calendaring options with it.
I don't know openwebmail either.
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