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4integration
2nd January 2007, 21:15
Hello,

I have created my first ISPConfig package. It's a themed Squirrelmail from http://sourceforge.net/projects/squirreloutlook/

Screenshots:
http://sourceforge.net/project/screenshots.php?group_id=182383&ssid=47764

Download:
http://test.jarkeborn.se/SquirrelOutlook/dist/

Hans
2nd January 2007, 22:15
Looks nice!

Question:
When ISPConfig users rename the .zip file into .pkg, is it installable via the ISPConfig update manager?

4integration
2nd January 2007, 22:19
Sorry about the missing instruction :)

1. Download the zip file
2. Unpack the content of the zip (contains one pkg file)
3. Install the .pkg file through ISPConfig control panel

Hans
2nd January 2007, 22:26
Thanks, your work will be appreciated!

till
2nd January 2007, 23:45
Thanks for making the package! Squirrelmail with outlook theme looks really nice. May I put the .pkg file on the ISPConfig downloads page?

4integration
3rd January 2007, 06:55
That's ok of course

planet_fox
3rd January 2007, 13:38
Very Nice,

I have only problems with language. What must I do for install german language ?

4integration
3rd January 2007, 13:48
Hi,

I have noticed the same issue (want to use swedish). I have added the locales but it seems to to read the information. Need some investigation...

falko
3rd January 2007, 18:24
Hello,

I have created my first ISPConfig package. It's a themed Squirrelmail from http://sourceforge.net/projects/squirreloutlook/

Screenshots:
http://sourceforge.net/project/screenshots.php?group_id=182383&ssid=47764

Download:
http://test.jarkeborn.se/SquirrelOutlook/dist/SquirrelOutlook-v0.3-2007-01-02_21.05.24.zip
Looks great! I like it. :)

4integration
3rd January 2007, 20:55
Very Nice,

I have only problems with language. What must I do for install german language ?

The author of SquirrelOutlook had commented most of the languages in functions/i18n.php. I have fixed that and tests are ok with swedish.

Download v 0.3.1
http://test.jarkeborn.se/SquirrelOutlook/dist/SquirrelOutlook-v0.3.1-2007-01-03_20.50.45.zip

z33k3r
6th January 2007, 21:11
If we have already installed the original package of SquirellMail, do we need to unistall it? Or do something specific? Or can I just do the update like normal and it will automatically update the original package?

4integration
6th January 2007, 21:32
If you have installed the ISPConfig package from ISPConfig site, you can just install it and have a try, They dont conflict with each other, you get two options in the tools menu.

Actually I have unpacked the package and installed it under a regular site without modifications, to be able to use port 80 instead of 81 and therefore be able to access it from my work :)

The zip contains a *.pkg file the are a zipped package (rename it to *.zip) and untar the tar.gz file to the web accessible point.

z33k3r
6th January 2007, 22:55
Just wanted to say thank you for this package! This is really nice!

z33k3r
7th January 2007, 04:50
Hey, everything is running great, but when I try to use SpellCheck... it gives me errors...

I tried to execute 'ispell -a', but it returned:

sh: ispell: command not found

I am running the Perfect Setup for Ubuntu Server x64, ISPConfig, PHP5, MYSQL5, APACHE2 etc etc etc...

z33k3r
7th January 2007, 17:41
When I switch the compose mail window into an HTML formated email, the spell check spits out the same, but this time with "aspell -a" :confused:

falko
7th January 2007, 19:32
Please run
apt-get install ispell aspell
to install the missing packages.

z33k3r
7th January 2007, 22:54
Man... it is always the simple things isn't it... lol Thnx! :p

chrisp8756
7th January 2007, 23:11
Very nice!

z33k3r
7th January 2007, 23:15
aspell is still giving errors about not finding words... weird, no probs during install

jnsc
8th January 2007, 00:02
You have to install dictionnaries

For ispell it's http://packages.debian.org/stable/virtual/wordlist

And for aspell it's http://packages.debian.org/stable/virtual/aspell6-dictionary

Herbert
12th January 2007, 18:57
Its look verry nice, thanks..
I miss msg_flags, the patch is not working.

achaian
15th January 2007, 14:03
Sweet!

Thank You!

need2backup
17th January 2007, 19:17
Can I use this with cPanel? If so how do I install it with cPanel.
The skin looks awesome!!!

falko
18th January 2007, 20:40
You can install Squirrelmail and then the Outlook theme ( http://sourceforge.net/projects/squirreloutlook/ ), but not 4integration's package as it's for ISPConfig only.

4integration
18th January 2007, 22:03
Its look verry nice, thanks..
I miss msg_flags, the patch is not working.

Updated the package with msg_flags. Can be downloaded from http://test.jarkeborn.se/SquirrelOutlook/dist/

There is minor issues with the UI, the columns are not exactly inline but it works :)

Herbert
19th January 2007, 04:50
Updated the package with msg_flags. Can be downloaded from http://test.jarkeborn.se/SquirrelOutlook/dist/

There is minor issues with the UI, the columns are not exactly inline but it works :)
Thanks, keep on the good work!

pjdevries
12th May 2007, 15:20
As far as I can see, SquirrelOutlook.pkg has not (yet) been put on the ISPConfig downloads page. I guess Till has been too busy helping out newbies like myself on this forum :)

Being quite that newbie, I have a few questions:

SquirrelOutlooks seems to be based on SquirreMail 1.4.8. The current stable release appears to be 1.4.10a which fixes several cross site scripting issues amongst other things. Is it possible to update to the latest SquirrelMail version after having installed the SquirrelOutlook package?
The release notes in the SqirrelMail package on the ISPConfig downloads page say it's version 1.5.1 which appears to be a development version. Is it a good idea to supply a development version instead of a stable version on the ISPConfig downloads page?

4integration
12th May 2007, 17:10
No, that isn't possible since Squirrelmail-Outlook is very "hardcoded" into Squirrelmail.
Of course you could take the both and try to merge them together.

pjdevries
13th May 2007, 12:30
Thanks for the reply. It's a pitty that it is not possible in an easy manner. If I can find the time, I'll try a merge as you sugest. That is, if I can also still obtain the exact same SquirrelMail version on which SuirrelOutlook is based.

webking
14th May 2007, 06:29
The link is dead...
http://test.jarkeborn.se/SquirrelOutlook/dist/

Any available link please?

emailmike1994
14th May 2007, 06:52
Oh this is pretty sweet.. good work man

emailmike1994
14th May 2007, 07:14
How would I go about making one of these myself?

falko
14th May 2007, 17:00
The link is dead...
http://test.jarkeborn.se/SquirrelOutlook/dist/

Any available link please?
The link's working for me.

SeaWolf
11th June 2007, 18:13
Hi!

I just want to know if you guys have seen this problem. When I put the outlook skin everything works fine except when I click on compose (or reply) I got a blank page. Other thing, I'm not able to use the auto_create_special_folder variable because when I set it to true, I got the menu blank (at the left),

That's the only 2 problems I got :)

Any help is apreciate!

Thanks!

planet_fox
10th July 2007, 12:54
Look it here

squirreloutlook/ (http://sourceforge.net/projects/squirreloutlook/)

4integration
10th July 2007, 19:10
Look it here
Yes, that is the source but the packaged one for ISPConfig can be found here

http://dev.jarkeborn.se/ISPConfig/SquirrelOutlook/dist/

PS. I have recently updated the DNS so if it doesn't work, be patient. DS

Chrispix
16th July 2007, 14:38
I am currently trying out your extension, looks absolutely great so far! Especially the seamless integration of the calendar is neat (btw, where is the data for the calendars stored, anyway?).

Thanks for compiling this package!

Should you ever make an update of this version, how would I install it? Can I simply use ISPConfig's update function to upload the newer version?

4integration
17th July 2007, 23:12
Thanks, but the real credit should go to the guys at http://sourceforge.net/projects/squirreloutlook/ since they have created the overall package. What I did was only a pkg file for easy installation of the software in ISPConfig.

I will most likely not continue the development of this since I don't use ISOConfig (yes, it's a good piece of software but was a bit overkill for my need).

I suggest that you keep an eye on the original project and when they releases a new version it should be quite easy to make a diff and create a new ISPConfig package.

AsDsL
31st July 2007, 03:44
Hi World,
how do I add others folders like SENT, ...
I only have INBOX
I need to add Quote

Thanks in advance,
AsDsL

jfruano
21st August 2007, 11:30
Error in Squirreloutlook.

When I send a message with attached file in mode HTML, not send it and shows me if I want to save or open the file compose.php

In mode text plain, sends it well.

I have instaled, Debian etch and ISPConfig. 2.2.15

Some suggestion?

Thanks.

J.F. Ruano

hjlopes
22nd October 2007, 22:30
Hi , I have installed Suse10.2 using the perfect setup manual.

I have squirrelmail up and working and I copied squirrelmail-outlook to a folder and I have some problems! The left menu where the inbox should be it doesn't appear.

What is wrong???
and how can I solve this situation.

Thanks

ataman79
23rd October 2007, 13:08
Ok i have installed ISPConfig and Squirremail 1.4.8 and I want to use these outlook skin but how ?? What I must to do ? I downloaded these filr SquirrelOutlook-v0.3.2-2007-01-18_21.54.46 but as I see it's with new instalation of Squirremail

falko
23rd October 2007, 19:23
Hi , I have installed Suse10.2 using the perfect setup manual.

I have squirrelmail up and working and I copied squirrelmail-outlook to a folder and I have some problems! The left menu where the inbox should be it doesn't appear.

What is wrong???
and how can I solve this situation.

Thanks
Do you get any errors? Any errors in your logs?

mithun
28th January 2008, 08:43
Hi
its nice....

But problem with HTML composing..

When I composed in HTML, I can send message text in HTML format but when I
attached any file in HTML composing and click on send it will show me "The
page cannot be displayed" (no reply from server) in Internet Explorer.

So I am not able to send the attachement via HTML composing.

I am using RHEL5 with php-5.1.6-5

shawnbishop
22nd February 2008, 16:30
I can not download this package, and it isnt on the downloads page of the ISPConfig website...

anybody know where I can get it??

falko
23rd February 2008, 17:04
http://dev.jarkeborn.se/ISPConfig/SquirrelOutlook/dist/

itsmurph2u
26th April 2010, 04:49
I am new to ispconfig and I was wondering how to get the .pkg file to show up in the ispconfig control panel so I can run the squirrelmail Outlook skin?



Thanks in advance
Tim Murphy