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Thread: IMP webmail ??

  1. #1
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    * IMP webmail ??

    Hi,

    Today while browsing, i happen to find a new webmail called
    IMP, What i want to know is whether has some one installed it on their Cpanel/Linux and if yes how is it ?

    Is it buggy, unstable,not updated or any thing ?

    And one more thing, what if we want to disable 'Uebimiau"
    I do not want it to appear on my webmail options. how do we do it.

    any ideas / comments ?

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    You can take a look at IMP Horde i use it with plesk, I think is good, have been using it for year and a half.

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    it rocks!

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    Excellent web based email!


    never had a problem and i used the older version! Newer one is much better.

    Even put it through Outlook no problem.
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    Thanks a lot for commets guys, & one more thing ?

    Can any one help me, as to how do i install IMP on my Cpanel/Redhat 7.3, and i also want to remove "Uebimiau" and keep Neomail with IMP as default !!!

    can any one guide me ?

    Thanks

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    IMP has one of the most involved installs.. it needs gettext and imap support as well as an IMAP server running

    I tried it and decided to use squirrelmail instead

    Feature rich but resource hungry IMO
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    imp is probably one of the best free webmail programs out there..

    resource intensive because it connects via imap to wherever your mail is stored.. so you better have a strong mail server setup as well as a good webserver (even if they are on the same box)

    i think i heard some university used it for their campus wide email system.. its probably a case study on Horde's site

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    horde rocks...............especially the multi language packs.

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    As far as we know, IMP is very good web mail.

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    IMP is very nice. You may also want to take a look at Squirrel webmail as well. That's also a nice webmail package for linux.

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