Web based Interface for Mail Access in Red Hat Linux 8.0

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I can access mail fRom our mail server running on Red Hat Linux 8.0 using mail clients  like netscape, outlook from anywhere on Internet. Now, I am looking for web based interface application using which I can access email without setting up Netscape as we also have Apache web server running on Red Hat Linux 8.0.
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There are a number of WebMail apps for Linux/Unix, like Horde/Imp, SquirrelMail, etc. i find SquirrelMail (http://www.squirrelmail.org/) to work very well and it is easy to set up.

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   SquirrelMail is shipped in RedHat 8. You can install from the CD or
rpm -Uvh http://download.fedoralegacy.org/redhat/8.0/os/i386/squirrelmail-1.2.7-4.noarch.rpm

  SquirrelMail Howto:

www.openwebmail.org is also cool, installation documents are available on site
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