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Posted on 2004-08-10
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Who can suggested which is the best webmail for Sendmail?
Which need support Chinese mail, User change password,
Domain and user management, And FREE!!
Please provide some Website to me, THANK!!
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by:Karl Heinz Kremer
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Sendmail will not work with any web mail client: YOu need a pop or imap server in order to use web mail. I'm using Squirrelmail: http://www.squirrelmail.org/ with an IMAP server.
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The combination of webmin and usermin might do the job for you. below is a link to
the screenshots.  I use webmin and like it.

http://www.webmin.com/uscreens.html




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marcoakr earned 100 total points
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http://www.horde.org   is another very good one.

you can try out their online demo at :

http://webmail.demo.hub.org/imp/login.php?frameset=

which includes chinese language support and most of the other features you require! And it's freely distributed under the GNU Public license!

Good luck!
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