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On 9 Sep 2002, Richard Crawford wrote:

> Well, I start a new job this week.  And, annoyingly, this job is going
> to send me traveling about 50% of the time.
> What I would like to do, though, is keep my box at home running, and
> checking my email.  The company is giving me a laptop computer so I can
> conceivably log in via PuTTY (Yay PuTTY!!!) and use Mutt to check my
> mail, but I'm interested in trying something new.
> Does anyone know of a way that I can set up a web interface to my
> mailbox so I can check my mail via the web while on the road?  I
> currently use fetchmail/Sendmail to check my mail, then either Mutt
> (remotely) or Evolution (locally) to check my mail.  Requirements for a
> web interface would be that I could check my mail from the road, leave
> mail in the spool if I wanted to read it by Evolution at home, delete
> mail, and so on, without having to install any funky new servers and so
> on (though I am willing to install IMAP if it really comes down to
> that).
> Fetchmail actually retrieves my mail from a remote POP3 server, which
> lacks a web interface; the thing is, though, I don't want to have to
> install any new software on my laptop...
> Any suggestions?  I've looked on Freshmeat and Sourceforge, but I
> haven't found anything that really looks right for my needs.

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