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  1. #1
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    Webmail Options - What do you use?

    What software do you use to provide web access to email for clients?

    The old main choice seems to be Squirrel Mail or Horde. Has anybody sucessfully moved away from these products? How is your demand for AJAX applications such as Roundcube? Do you anticipate moving to an interface like this soon?

    Let me know your thoughts, i'm really interested to know what you think.
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    yes, we still use squirrel & horde, and just change the theme

    and fyi for company webmail i using gmail hosted

  3. #3
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    Well .. no Roundcube has impressive interface and better performance than horde and sq mail they are traditional now so I would suggest to go with Round Cube.

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    We use SmarterMail webmail and our customers are pleased with it.
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    I use roundcube, and i like it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by overeo View Post
    What software do you use to provide web access to email for clients?

    The old main choice seems to be Squirrel Mail or Horde. Has anybody sucessfully moved away from these products? How is your demand for AJAX applications such as Roundcube? Do you anticipate moving to an interface like this soon?

    Let me know your thoughts, i'm really interested to know what you think.
    We use the nutsmail squirrelmail addon pack. Squirrelmail is the most feature-rich and stable webmail out there. Period. If you want to add some ajax flavor, just tweak the source-code.



    Regards,

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    I was using squirrelmail until last week when I read somones post about using google hosted serverices and switched to it and really like it. I never really had any problems with squirrelmail and in fact liked it just decided to switch to google to test it out.
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    Glad for the responses - does look as if squirrelmail still tops the board so far...
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    I like roundcube which is very simple, user friendly. The Asynchronous Javascript and XML based features makes Roundcube apart from it’s competitors. It’s AJAX based interface best summed up as “Google’s G-Mail meets Apple’s Mac OSX” , Roundcube allows users to drag and drop emails to any given folder, as well as import vCards from their local computer’s address book at any given time.

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    I agree, roundcube is a great product.
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