Mail on FreeBSD
MarcS at discovery.co.za
Mon Feb 23 05:53:28 PST 2004
You should take a look at IMP (http://www.horde.org/imp/) or
Squirrelmail, both of which are webmail solutions, and both can be found
in the ports tree. They do however, require either a POP3 or IMAP
server, and a server with PHP and a few other minor dependencies.
Alternatively, you could try neomail, which can access local mailspool
files using just perl.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: somatic [mailto:somatic at phreaker.net]
> Sent: Monday, February 23, 2004 1:51 PM
> To: FreeBSD-questions
> Subject: Mail on FreeBSD
> I was wondering if there was a web based system to check mail
> on a freebsd system.I wanted to setup a mail system for all
> users on the intranet.I have successfully installed sendmail
> and can send and receive mail on the system.(using pine).But
> how do i go about setting up a system for external lan users
> without them telnetting into the system?.Would i need a pop3 server?
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