Webmail -- What's recommended?

David A Powicki dpowicki at oit.umass.edu
Tue Jul 15 10:48:04 EDT 2003

I also recommend IMP.  It does have a steep learning curve, but once you
figure out what is going on it is very powerful. It has a number of great
features for a web-based mail client and with the additional applications
in  the Horde framework you have the potential for a Portal application.

We support ~7K users logged in per day two on dual PIII systems.

David Powicki		 Network Analyst      OIT Network Services
Voice: 413.545.1605  Fax: 413.545.3203    University of Massachusetts
email: dpowicki at nic.umass.edu               Amherst, MA 01003-4640

On Tue, 15 Jul 2003, Etienne Goyer wrote:

> I love IMP.  It's very flexible and have a ton of features.  But, as
> somebody else mentioned, it's a pain to configure.
> On Mon, Jul 14, 2003 at 03:57:07PM -0700, James Satterfield wrote:
> > What webmail frontend would you all recommend?
> >
> > James.
> --
> Etienne Goyer                    Linux Québec Technologies Inc.
> http://www.LinuxQuebec.com       etienne.goyer at linuxquebec.com

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