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Old 3rd April 2009, 09:06
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Default Uebimiau Webmail - Does this work.


I currently have a working server running ispconfig3 with squirrelmail as the webmail interface. However I like the Uebimiau interface alot better and was wondering if there is a tutorial on how to change your webmail client or if someone could advise me if the two are compatible.


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Old 3rd April 2009, 10:09
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You may use any webmail clint that supports pop3 or imap with ispconfig. Just follow the installation instructions of the webmail client software that comes with the webmail client to install it in a website that you created in ispconfig.
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