[CentOS] atmail & centos
hiep at ee.ucr.edu
Fri Nov 2 17:18:38 UTC 2007
On Fri, 2 Nov 2007, ethericalzen at gmail.com wrote:
> On Fri, 2 Nov 2007 08:29:01 -0700 (PDT)
> Hiep Nguyen <hiep at ee.ucr.edu> took out a #2 pencil and scribbled:
>> hi friends,
>> i'm researching to see if i can run my own email server on
>> centos. i'm looking at qmail & centos, but the problem that i
>> have is it doesn't have the web interface that can similar with
>> outlook. our users don't like squirrelmail, or NOCC, or horde
>> interfaces) however, i found atmail.com and it seems to have what
>> i'm looking for b/c it's kindda integrate with outlook (i don't
>> know how good it is)
>> does any one here have any thoughts/suggestions about atmail on
>> centos 5? or is there anything like atmail out there that i can
>> use to run email server on centos 5.
>> thank you for any helps.
>> T. Hiep
> Are you not wanting your users to check their mail with their own
> client? It seems like you're wanting to provide a web interface,
> which isn't necessary really. You can simply allow your users to
> check their mail via outlook or thunderbird or whatever.
> Are you attempting to use calendaring or something? Otherwise, I
> run my own mail server for certain individuals with spamassassin
> and I do not use squirrelmail; although, I might there just hasn't
> been a need for me to set it up yet.
> ethericalzen at gmail.com
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i'm the one who maintain their email client, so i try to avoid they use
any email client, just pure web interface will be nice, they also like to
be notified when a new email arrived.
there are other reasons that email client is not practical for us.
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