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Re: [vox] OT: Using SquirrelMail as web-mail on Linux + plugins
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Re: [vox] OT: Using SquirrelMail as web-mail on Linux + plugins

I'd be interested in it... I've just installed SM on my own computer so
that I can check my e-mail while on the road without having to install
funky stuff on my company laptop or configure Outlook.  I've been using
Sendmail and Courier IMAP and Apache 2.0x and PHP 4.2 with my system; SM
works great, and now I'm wondering about making it talk to SpamAssassin.

On Sat, 2003-02-01 at 14:07, ME wrote:
> Hello,
> Dustin has been a long time user of SquirrelMail, and so have some ISP and
> a few prominent LUGOD members. I have been using SM for only a few months,
> but find it is very nice, and feature-filled.
> (Background)
> SquirrelMail is a web-based mail client that permits you to use your web
> server, a web browser, imap server and/or pop3 server, and SMTP
> client/server in order to send and receive mail.
> For my install, I am using qmail (SMTP server), Apache(with
> php4.3.0,mod_ssl, and mod_dav(unrelated)), courier-imap, and a web
> browser.))
> The reasons for this e-mail on the client, is that I have been playing
> with the stable (1.2.10) tree as well as the soon-to-be-stable dev tree
> (1.4.0) and the addition of new plugins.
> Dustin told me at a meeting that sonic used a web based interface for
> SpamAssassin access to users without using a shell.
> So, I found the latest release, (v 2.0 beta) of the SpamAssassin plugin,
> and after extensive re-writes and modification (about a 20k diff file) I
> have a plugin that appears to work fairly well with 1.2.10 and 1.4.0.
> Now, this is a very cool plugin. You can whitelist and blacklist addresses
> explicitly, or when you see and e-mail message from someone you want to
> block, you can block them by clicking on a link from the message and
> choose to block the entire domain. You can manage your white/black-list
> within squirrelmail, turn on and off filtering (I have not fixed this
> feature for my install quite yet) and control extended analysis in
> messages as well as custom subject munging - ALL from squirrelmail.
> I submitted a diff-patch to the original author in hopes that many of the
> fixes will be included in the next release.
> Anyway, this was just such a cool application and also a very kewl plugin
> that I had to mention it on these two lists.
> Enjoy!
> -ME
> --
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