Re: suitable webmail
- Luis Daniel Lucio Quiroz wrote:
> Le Lundi 1 Février 2010 10:04:20, Carlos Williams a écrit :I think the OP asked about a solution with pop server and not with imap.
>> On Mon, Feb 1, 2010 at 10:52 AM, K bharathan <kbharatan@...> wrote:
>>> hi all
>>> of course this is a non postfix topic; but i'd like to know from the
>>> experienced which webmail is best for a postfix pop server
>>> i'd also have it configured for user soft quota
>>> guidance appreciated
>> Postfix is not the POP/IMAP server. Postfix is the MTA generally for
>> SMTP. IMAP and POP are handled by popular daemons such as Dovecot and
>> 95% of the responses will be Squirrelmail.
>> I recommend and prefer Roundcube.
>> Both have great Postfix / Dovecot integration.
> roundcube if you want a fancy eye candy webmail
I don't know for sure if squirrelmail uses imap only, but I know
I am personally a roundcube guy, but the only pop freeware pop webmail I
know is Openwebmail.
- LuKreme put forth on 2/12/2010 10:08 AM:
> On 12-Feb-2010, at 08:48, Stan Hoeppner wrote:If you'd have read past the first line you'd have noticed I said the same thing. ;)
>> Tell me about this "top-secure" aspect of Squirrelmail again. ;)
> The fact that some spammers are able to get into email accounts and send spam via squirrelmail has nothing to do with the security of squirrelmail itself. In nerely all, if not all, of these cases the account is being compromised due to having a password like "password1" or "12345678"