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TeeJay (2309)

TeeJay
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Working in Truro
Graduate with BSc (Hons) in Computer Systems and Networks
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Thursday November 07, 2002
06:12 AM

perl webmail goodness

[ #8815 ]
I had just about given up on finding a decent webmail application written in perl that I could install relatively painlessly on a remote system - acmemail looks good but installation isn't easy, haven't looked at neomail but squirrelmail made it look like PHP had a better webmail application than perl.

fortunately I found openwebmail through meerkat and osdir and eventually freshmeat. It looks rather good, has lots of highly impressive reviews and shouldn't be a pig to install, and because it is perl I should be able to customise it heavily for my needs as I planned to do with acmemail.

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