Webmail alternatives

Edward Shabotinsky evs at telod.net
Tue Jan 9 04:07:41 UTC 2007

See if you like RoundCube webmail

On Jan 8, 2007, at 6:33 PM, Freddie Cash wrote:

> On Monday 08 January 2007 02:14 pm, User Ernie wrote:
>> I am looking to replace our Openwebmail setup with something a bit  
>> more
>> modern. Zimbra looks quite good but I have not found a port or  
>> FreeBSD
>> howto for it. Not really interested in the groupware functions,  
>> just a
>> nice webmail with vacation responder and some form of user friendly
>> spam management.
>> Any recommendations?
> We use SquirrelMail for all our secondary school e-mail servers,  
> and our
> district e-mail server.  Works quite nicely, especially if you take  
> the
> time to go through their extensive list of plugins, configure it to  
> use
> an SQL backend for personal addressbooks and preferences, and set up a
> good spam-filtering MTA in front of it.
> Using Cyrus for the IMAP server with SIEVE filtering enabled, and  
> using
> the avelsieve plugin for SquirrelMail gives you a beautiful server- 
> side
> filter setup (that also includes smart vacation/out-of-office
> autoresponder features).  SIEVE works so much nicer than procmail,
> maildrop, and client-side filtering.  The only downside is that  
> there is
> an artificial limit of about 50 filters in the current version of
> avelsieve.  But, using AND/OR in the filters allows you to do a lot  
> with
> only 50 individual filters.  :)
> There's even a shared caledars plugin if you need low-end groupware
> features.
> -- 
> Freddie Cash
> fcash at ocis.net
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