[CentOS] Access email and addressbook from everywhere

John Summerfied debian at herakles.homelinux.org
Mon Sep 4 00:33:48 UTC 2006

Josep M. wrote:
> Hello.
> I using evolution for email, and runs well, now the next that I would
> like is access to my email and evolution addressbook from everywhere.
> What should I install? there is any webmail that can use evolution
> settings? Or better a program for control that computer that I can
> access from any computer with a web browser? There is anything as this?

Systems I administer have an IMAP server, so people (especially me) can 
read their email through a variety of IMAP-capable email clients on a 
variety of different computers, potentially in numerous locations all 
over the place. That includes full access to all folders, and it works 
with thunderbird, mozilla mail, seamonkey mail, evolution, entourage 
(Mac), mail (Mac), Internet Lookout, kmail, mutt and pine that I know of.

If this is not enough and you want web access, install squirrelmail on 
your server.



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