Discussion in 'Suggest HOWTO' started by threeten, Aug 18, 2006.
How about a "perfect" debian setup with Horde/Imp for webmail?
You are free to create one
Hm, I don't like Horde... It has too many dependencies and is hard to set up. Other webmailers like Squirrelmail and Uebimiau are much easier to install.
How to for Horde/IMP
I am familiar with Mailtraq a commercial version, which is based on Horde.
I do not like Mailtraq/Horde either and i prefer IlohaMail, which is much easier to install and has almost the same features.
I have a lot of things on my to do list, but i will try to write a setup for Horde on my testing server, when i have time for it.
I do not know if i will succeed. As Falko said: It is hard to setup.
I know this, because I've tried it before.
Horde Groupware Webmail = easy to install
Hi, I'm new here. I used the perfect setup for CentOS 4.4 for setting up my VPS, great initiative
Now I just installed Horde Groupware. I couldn't have been easier! Dependencies can just be installed with yum or pecl, giving no problem at all! I suppose it doesn't matter if PHP was not compiled with the needed dependencies, while installing it afterwards?
But just give Horde a try, lovely program
Edit: Don't forget to point to the sendmail wrapper if using postfix (/usr/lib/sendmail.postfix)
i vote too for Horde Groupware Webmail Edition
its very simply to install & use
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