Re: Can You Recommend Webmail for Linux User?
From: Sybren Stüvel (sybrenUSE_at_YOURimagination.thirdtower.com)
Date: Wed, 26 Nov 2003 08:12:35 +0100
On Tue, 25 Nov 2003 11:12:04 -0800, Google Mike wrote:
> I ended up going with www.mailsnare.net.
Did you even check out SquirrelMail? If not: why did you even bother
> They have an impressive interface, although it is CGI-BIN on
> Windows (or perhaps its Linux with the project called WINE).
> I did the free trial, which didn't ask for a credit card (neat,
> huh?) and then within a few minutes I went ahead and paid them $15
> on credit card for a year's worth of service.
You are mad. Why come here, ask for a good Linux webmail, and then
buck out to get some windoze stuff? Running a cgi-bin through wine
will seriously be a strain on your server! Besides that, running
windoze software is stupid if you want things to be a bit secure,
which counts double on a server.
> I was actually posting to comp.os.linux to see if there was
> something that people used in the Linux community -- Linux hosted,
> Mozilla client capable.
Yeah, but not really acting in the spirit of it, are you?
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