[lug] Web Email...

Justin glowecon at netscape.net
Fri Oct 27 08:00:25 MDT 2000

I would suggest Neomail as well. I've been using it for quite a while and it's
small, quick, easy to setup and use. IMP, like Sean said, was a big hairy mess
for me too. Never got it to work correctly. Also, I run my Neomail with SSL
encryption so it is possible to have it secure over https. 


"Warren Sanders" <sanders at b-squared.net> wrote:
> You might try what I use.  NeoMail http://neomail.sourceforge.net
> It uses your PINE folders except for the address book.  My setup is not
> set up using secure server settings but I'm sure I saw that it can be done.
> > I currently take all email, and sort it to several files on my linux
> > box, where I then use PINE to read new messages in each box.  There
> > are many times when it would be useful to have access to these email
> > archive files via the web.
> > 
> > So, the question is:  How can I setup a web page using secure http
> > that will display the email messages in an intelligent manner?  I
> > don't need anything fancy...reading mail is all that is required, and
> > because of the large number of messages, they must be displayed by
> > subject, date, and sender, and clicking on a particular message brings
> > up the entire text.  The ability to reply to the mail would be nice,
> > but not at all necessary.  This program must work with an arbitrary
> > mail file on the linux system.
> > 
> > I could easily write such a program myself, but there must be
> > something out there already that does what I want.
> > 
> > Any suggestions?
> > 
> > --David
> > 
> > 
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