Marcos Raul Carot Collins
marcos.carot at gmail.com
Tue Jul 20 19:04:11 WST 2010
On Mar, 20 Jul 2010 18:57:40 William Kenworthy escribió:
> On Tue, 2010-07-20 at 18:39 +0800, Brad Campbell wrote:
> > G'day all.
> > I don't want to start a religious war here, but I'd like some advice.
> > I've never set up or run a webmail system before, but I kinda need to
> > now.
> > I have a co-located server. It runs Debian stable. It runs mail for about
> > 6 domains and it really only serves about 4 users. (Exim4 virtual
> > hosting). I run qpopper for pop3 access, and all clients access the mail
> > over an openvpn tunnel. The only ports open to the world are 22, 53 &
> > 80. It's firewalled very tightly.
> > I've had some issues of late that have made me wish I had the ability to
> > access the mail using a web client. I guess I have to transition to imap
> > to make this work, and I'm not adverse to doing that.
> > I don't want standard web access, it must be https only.
> > SquirrelMail is the first one that comes to mind, but I really have _no_
> > idea. I'm open to any suggestions.
> > All suggestions will be thoroughly beaten in a VM prior to a decision
> > being made.
> > I thought about just having the mail server copy all E-mails to a GMail
> > account, but there are privacy issues associated with that I can't
> > compromise.
> > Ta :)
> > Brad
> War it is!
> I have squirrelmail setup (gentoo/apache) for just this purpose - used
> to work fine until firefox started checking the SSL certs more closely -
> I have set them up wrong (self signed, but didnt enter the domain
> correctly - I think) - not squirrelmails fault :(
> Some simpler browsers still work though.
> Downside with squirrelmail is that on a poor link (i.e., overseas from
> Thailand where I think the link to Australia is a 9.6kbit modem :), its
> very slooooowwwww. Its security history has also been spotty over the
> I like the interface better than most other webmail clients Ive seen.
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I use RoundCube which was the easiest to setup (and looks nice) in Debian but
I have no idea of the security features. I just use it in my family mail
Marcos Raúl Carot Collins
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