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Hi experts,

I am planning to set up a webmail at our office.

At the moment its not set up yet. The mail server is hmail server.

I know at some point i will have to forward a port forwarding onto my router (Linksys) but how to set up first at first point?

Do i need a No-IP set up as well?

Can someone walk me through in steps?
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Hmail supports "web mail software" but it does not provide it.  Web mail requires a web server on that machine that can interface with the Hmail server.  http://www.hmailserver.com/index.php?page=functionality
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