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  I need to create a webmail .Can you help me how to create a webmail. Can you give me some advises,examples........
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Creating a webmail system? That's very complicated and prone to introducing lots of security issues. Far better to just install a preexisting system.

I'm fond of http://www.squirrelmail.org/
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squirlmail is your best bet, actually, EE uses squirlmail for their mail system.

-Matt
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Yes, but that's PHP - this section is HTML! If you can't run PHP on your server try www.zzn.com. They give you a free, highly customisable webmail system; and it's free!
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