SquirrelMail


SquirrelMail is an open source standards-based webmail package written in PHP. When installed, SquirrelMail is ready out of the box. All it needs is an installed web server like Apache, SMTP server like Postfix, and IMAP server like Dovecot.

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SquirrelMail is an open source standards-based webmail package written in PHP. When installed, SquirrelMail is ready out of the box. All it needs is an installed web server like Apache, SMTP server like Postfix, and IMAP server like Dovecot.

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SquirrelMail can use a database backend like MySQL to store address books and preferences. This article describes how to configure SquirrelMail to use a MySQL address book.

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These are the collection of SquirrelMail howtos available on this site.

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SquirrelMailThe SquirrelMail login page, shown on the left, can easily be changed to suit your needs. This article describes how to customize the SquirrelMail login page.
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If you are using Linux system accounts as your mail accounts, you can install the change_passwd plugin to enable SquirrelMail to provide a password change utility using the background service poppassd to reliably and securely change a user’s password.

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The SquirrelMail Postfix Admin Plugin will allow your users to change their Vacation, Password and Forwarding settings if you are using Postfix Admin to administer your Postfix mail server. If you are not using Postfix Admin, you can still install and use it along with this plugin to use its vacation notification feature.

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The SquirrelMail Retrieve User Data plugin retrieves a user’s name and e-mail address from a configurable source like LDAP, MySQL, Linux system accounts and other sources. Users do not need to configure Squirrelmail before writing their first mail.

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Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) enables the HTTP protocol to be secured. This page will show you how to configure SSL in Apache and SquirrelMail.

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This page will show you how to configure the ldap-chpasswd included in the SquirrelMail Change Password plugin. The ldap-chpasswd can change an LDAP server password. If you have not yet installed this plugin, see the SquirrelMail Change Password Howto.

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