pop3 server with webinterface to manage pop3 accounts

pop3 server with webinterface to manage pop3 accounts

Post by RMM » Mon, 28 Apr 2003 07:18:25



Hi

I'm using debian woody and am looking for an pop3 mail server, with a
webinterface, where a user could manage the email accounts over a browser
(add new email accoutns, change passwort, delete them.. and so on). I
installed the courier pop3-server because i thought the webadmin interface
would be something like that.. but unfortunately it wasn't ;(
Does anybody have a suggestion of a server, which supports that?

thanks

Ronney

 
 
 

pop3 server with webinterface to manage pop3 accounts

Post by Marco Fische » Mon, 28 Apr 2003 07:28:18


hi!

look out for skyrix green (http://www.skyrix.com/) it's an ldap based
groupware system, very nice.

screenshots here
(http://www.skyrix.com/de/products/1_startupedition/screen.html)

marco



Quote:> Hi

> I'm using debian woody and am looking for an pop3 mail server, with a
> webinterface, where a user could manage the email accounts over a browser
> (add new email accoutns, change passwort, delete them.. and so on). I
> installed the courier pop3-server because i thought the webadmin interface
> would be something like that.. but unfortunately it wasn't ;(
> Does anybody have a suggestion of a server, which supports that?

> thanks

> Ronney


 
 
 

pop3 server with webinterface to manage pop3 accounts

Post by RMM » Mon, 28 Apr 2003 18:12:25


i took a look on it.. yes it looks nice ;)
but i only need a pop3-server, not a whole groupware solution ;)

but it seems as would qmail+vpopmail+vmailadmin be what i've been looking
for, but i'll test it tomorrow ;)
if anybody knows a better solution, i would be pleased to hear about it ;)

ronney



> hi!

> look out for skyrix green (http://www.skyrix.com/) it's an ldap based
> groupware system, very nice.

> screenshots here
> (http://www.skyrix.com/de/products/1_startupedition/screen.html)

> marco



>> Hi

>> I'm using debian woody and am looking for an pop3 mail server, with a
>> webinterface, where a user could manage the email accounts over a
>> browser
>> (add new email accoutns, change passwort, delete them.. and so on). I
>> installed the courier pop3-server because i thought the webadmin
>> interface
>> would be something like that.. but unfortunately it wasn't ;(
>> Does anybody have a suggestion of a server, which supports that?

>> thanks

>> Ronney

 
 
 

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