From: Ciaran Johnston (cj at domain nologic.org)
Date: Tue 09 Jul 2002 - 02:15:58 IST
On Monday 08 July 2002 15:33, John Madden wrote:
> On (08/07/02 15:37), Anthony Walters didst pronounce:
> > My requirements are as follows:
> > 1) Students access email with any web browser - not client software
> > 2) has to have rich functionality through the web interface (has to be at
> > least as good as outlook web email)
> > 3) usability has to be very functional and easy - to cater for a user
> > base that ranges from very limited computing experience to advanced
> > computer skills.
> > 4) administration of the email software needs to be easy
> Well, we use postfix for the mail setup here and have webmail available
> using Squirrelmail on Apache. Once all this is set up, that's pretty
> much it. Apart from an odd upgrade, we haven't done anything with this
> setup since it's been installed.
> I've never used the Outlook web mail thingy, so I can't comment on the
> differences between it and squirrelmail, but squirrelmail suits our
> needs fine, so no complaints.
I also use squirrelmail, with qmail and courier-imap. I could detail the
functionality, but what the hell - I can give you an account to try it out,
if you want to see what Squirrelmail is like. Just drop me a mail.
It should work with any IMAP / sendmail enabled server, and it's easy to
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