Web mail solution on FC3

Posted on 2005-05-14
Last Modified: 2013-12-06
Dear All,

I am looking for user-friendly web mail solution on FC3,  could you advise a few for me?  plese also kindly give me the url for them if  you have .

thx a lot

Question by:bigeric

    Accepted Solution

    squirrelmail ,
    easy to setup.
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    Also very easy to setup and has great features.
    LVL 2

    Expert Comment

    Hi Bigeric,

    The below site will give you How to install Open WebMail on Fedora Core 3

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    Expert Comment

    There are may of them, one of the lists can be found here:

    I prefer Squirrelmail, cause it has a big community, the development team is very active (good for bug fixing) and it is very popular (many many extensions are available)


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