Kae Verens wrote:
> Brendan Minish wrote:
>> I use both here
>> Roundcube is prettier and I use it on my lan / via VPN to access mail. I
>> also have squrrelmail running because unlike round cube squirrelmail is
>> perfectly usable on small screens such as the eeepc and even the nokia
>> E70 Roundcube does not format well for smaller screens. Squirrelmail
>> is better over low bandwidth (GPRS anyone?) connections.
>>> same here - I have both running for the clients. I prefer RoundCube,
> but the developers appear to be on the verge of abandoning it.
>> I think someone (wish I had the time...) would reach in and take
> control of it.
We're running roundcube here for a while and like lots of projects it's
a bit slow in making progress but I thought it was still making
progress. I had a look around their mailing list archive for the last
couple of months back in June and there seemed to be a bit of life
there. Was there recent discussions on it that hint at it's abandonment?
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