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Linux/Windows Email Service Interface


cartwright118
02-10-2013, 09:58
Quote Originally Posted by LinuxGam
It also looks quite nice, is AJAX style so no page reloads and supports IMAP over TLS. Not that many support proper encryption.
I think I've used it in the past without realising, I'm sure it's embedded in the plesk panel for webmail. Surely does look quite nice, bit of an improvement from squirrel mail!

LinuxGam
02-10-2013, 09:55
Quote Originally Posted by LinuxGam
Roundmail based on PHP works in Windows and Linux
It also looks quite nice, is AJAX style so no page reloads and supports IMAP over TLS. Not that many support proper encryption.

cartwright118
02-10-2013, 09:53
Thank you all for your comments.

I will check out iredmail with the roundmail.

Unfortunately exchange works out expensive for only few users on your own server and I ideally want to host it myself.

LinuxGam
30-09-2013, 00:00
Roundmail based on PHP works in Windows and Linux

macole111
29-09-2013, 23:40
There are plenty of php based imap clients you can install/tweak to whatever you want.

Personally I use Exchange... (hides under desk)

-macole111

ctype_alnum
29-09-2013, 22:20
Have you looked at http://www.iredmail.org/ ? It has its own admin panel and uses Round Cube webmail which looks decent.

cartwright118
29-09-2013, 21:27
Hi guys,

Does anyone know of an email package that can be self hosted which comes with a decent feature set and looks nice aesthetically? Most self hosed email solutions I've came across don't look that great. Yes, they do the job, they do what email interfaces are meant to do...but they just lack in the look and feel department. I like working with something that looks nice, especially when you're using it day in day out.

It can be Linux, or windows including an 'out of the box solution' such as a VM image or something built on Linux. It could just be something that I have to install long side my current IMAP, POP, SMTP servers. But ideally I'd like something that comes packaged.

Would love your advice

Thank you,
Christian