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Old 18th October 2008, 02:37
lschafroth lschafroth is offline
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Default Squirreloutlook? updated version?

I found someone who created a pkg of squirrelmailoutlook but I noticed it is very outdated compared to the latest suirrel builds.

I would love to use Roundcube but dont know how to get it install to ISPConfig and have it available to all domain users.

I want the webmail to do IMAP so all email resides on the server.

The Sent Items folders is another delima.

when I check my email via outlook, now I have:

Sent Items
Junk Items
Deleted Items

How do I get just the standard outlook type folders created and not the odd ones like Sent, Junk and trash?


PS Sorry for the loaded questions.
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Old 20th August 2009, 22:46
MasteRTriX MasteRTriX is offline
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Im wondering the exact same thing.....

I already downloaded the latest squirreloutlook, and Ill see if I can patch it into ispconfig pgk
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