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Posted on 1999-06-23
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Where can I get a webmail server for the users in my server!

if it is free .. will be better!!

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you want to send mail, using your webserver?

you will have to do this with server-side-scripts

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gashalot earned 100 total points
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The best solution for this would be either IMP (, or IMHO (  These use the IMAP4 protocol (so users can also download their eMail from the server for good using POP3), so you'll need to make sure that your machine can support that.  I use IMHO for our clients, and I have found that even though you have to install the Roxen webserver (IMHO requres the Roxen webserver,, IMP uses PHP3 + Apache [ and]) it provides a fairly-easily customiziable GUI and it's VERY powerful (import netscape address book, multiple boxes, user prefs, file upload support).  IMP is also a good package to use if you don't like the Roxen webserver (or don't want to have to run your Apache as well as Roxen).

Both are great programs and well developed and supported, as well as pretty easy to use.  If you have problems setting this up please let me know.

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