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Continue using postfix+webmail or another free email software?

Posted on 2014-01-09
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Hi,

Right now I´using Postifx 2.10(with spam fighter etc..) with no webmail frontend.

There are two important questions for me on the table

-Continue using Postfix and install a needed webmail frontend. In this case, which one?
-Migrate from Postfix to  a new solution, free, and linux based.

Please do not advise exchange.

Any idea?

regards
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by:Dan Craciun
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Just to be clear: you have a working solution and need to add webmail to it? Or there's something else on Postfix that does not fit your requirements?
How many users and what mail volume do you need to support?
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Hi,

Right, postfix is running fine but, as far as I know, webmail interfaces were not good at all.

Any good webmail interface?

I was reading about  Zimbra community but to few features inside the free version.
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Dan Craciun earned 500 total points
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Why not use SquirrelMail? I assume you already have Apache working on the box?

http://www.techrepublic.com/blog/diy-it-guy/diy-install-squirrelmail-to-allow-web-access-to-your-postfix-server/
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by:Sandy
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squirremail is good option. TY/SA
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