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Lars Hecking wrote:
> This might be slightly OT ...
>> 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.
>>Another nice easy webmail client to set up is Ilohamail
(http://ilohamail.org) Support pop and imap, and if you have a database
backend it gives you calendar, contacts and bookmarks.
It also has an advantage in that you can set it up so that you can use
any mail server, local or remote when logging in.
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