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Squirrelmail

SquirrelMail is a standards-based webmail package written in PHP.

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Squirrelmail Alternatives

The best Squirrelmail alternatives based on verified products, votes, reviews and other factors.
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  1. Web-based IMAP email client

  2. RainLoop is a web based email client.

  3. Mailpile is a modern, fast web-mail client with user-friendly encryption and privacy features.

  4. SOGo is groupware server with a focus on scalability and open standards.

  5. Horde Groupware is a free, enterprise ready, browser based collaboration suite.

  6. Starting with version 0.9.8, mu provides an emacs-based e-mail client which uses mu as its back-end: mu4e.

  7. Webmail is an open-source webmail script for existing IMAP servers.

  8. A fully fledged, free email server solution, an open source project (GPL v2).

  9. Zimbra Collaboration is an open, secure collaboration tool for email, calendaring, tasks and more.

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  11. Mailspring is a mail client for Mac, Windows and Linux.

  12. Open Source WebMail Lite is a free community edition of full-featured WebMail Pro server applicatio...

Squirrelmail Reviews

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5 open source webmail clients for browser-based email
I used to use Squirrelmail, and then moved on to Roundcube. The problem I've had with these has mainly been that it uses the old folder paradigm (thus also requiring an external system for filtering rules). Sieve scripts are fine for neckbeards but definitely not the sort of experience that most users are going to want. I've...
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