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    Webmail for Nuts!
     
     
    A [[PHP]]-based (web)[[Email|mail]] client running on top of an [[IMAP]] server (also supports [[POP3]]] via Plugin)
     
     
    * http://www.squirrelmail.org/
     
     
    * [http://www.squirrelmail.org/wiki/ Squirrelmail Wiki]
     
     
    "SquirrelMail is capable of retrieving e-mail from a POP3 server, via the MailFetchPlugin. However, SquirrelMail requires an IMAP server to run atop of. The IMAP server store the e-mails and is also used for authentication, so if there is no IMAP server, SquirrelMail can not be used."
     
     
    === IMAP-SSL ===
     
     
    SquirrelMail support IMAP-[[SSL]] only in combination with PHP 4.3.x or higher.
     
     
    With [[Apache]] you can use '''mod_auth_imap'''. It authenticates the user via the IMAP server.
     
     
    Without mod_auth_imap your web pages may try using cookies set by SquirrelMail. Or you need to integrate SquirrelMail authentication procedures in your pages.
     
     
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    we are no longer the the knights who say "Neeee", we are now the knights who say "Ikky, ikky, ikky, ikky potang, zum-boing, blugahga.....(mumble mumble mumle)"
     
    we are no longer the the knights who say "Neeee", we are now the knights who say "Ikky, ikky, ikky, ikky potang, zum-boing, blugahga.....(mumble mumble mumle)"
       

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