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Linux Email: Set up and Run a Small Office Email Server by Patrick Ben, Magnus Back, Alistair McDonald, Carl Taylor, David Rusenko

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Chapter 4. Providing Webmail Access

You've learned how to set up and configure an e-mail server in the previous chapters. Now that your e-mail server is re ady to serve, how will your users access it? In this chapter, you will learn about the following:

  • The benefits and disadvantages of a webmail access solution
  • The SquirrelMail webmail package
  • Setting up and configuring SquirrelMail
  • What SquirrelMail plug-ins are and what they can do
  • How to make SquirrelMail more secure

In the next section, we will introduce the SquirrelMail software package and examine the pros and cons of this and other webmail access solutions. After that, we will follow the installation and configuration of SquirrelMail step by step. Next, we will examine the installation of plug-ins, ...

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