Re: Need help in setting up mailserver
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "jimmyfergus"
> The Wiki seems to be creaking under the weight of the variety of slugNo kidding...
> installations - Unslung, OpenSlug, *DebianSlug etc.. It's often
> unclear which howto refers to which version.
> Webmail may or may not be a bigger issue. There was talk in thisI'm planning on doing the SquirrelMail thing (once my new slug arrives
> group of someone getting Squirrelmail to work, which is a pretty
> decent webmail package, but I haven't seen mention of it again, and I
> haven't found much in the Wiki.
this week), from the SM docs it looks like it should work fine, all
you need is a web server (I assume thttpd will be fine), php, and
perl. And of course an IMAP server. Should be a cakewalk (famous
- --- "nbm_clan" <nbm_clan@y...> wrote:
> I'm planning on doing the SquirrelMail thing (once my new slug arrivesI think I remember searching around this group, and seeing some IMAP
> this week), from the SM docs it looks like it should work fine, all
> you need is a web server (I assume thttpd will be fine), php, and
> perl. And of course an IMAP server. Should be a cakewalk (famous
> last words).
complication - searching back for SquirrelMail should find it. It
wasn't clear to me whether it'd been solved.
I used OpenSlug, and the php-thttpd package wasn't available a couple
of weeks ago, and I haven't worked through how to compile, or
alternatively to install unslung packages, so that may be a
Please Wikify your findings! I'm interested but short on time to play.
RoundCubeMail looks very cool (sibling post), though early stages so
far (e.g. no search, last time I looked). It'd be interesting to know
how they compare in performance. SM is mature and feature rich, RCM
looks slick with AJAX goodness.