Building an advanced mail server, part 2

Friday, 10 October 2003, 3:08 PM EST

In the first part of this series, we installed the groundwork for our mail server. The basics of sending and receiving email are in place, with SMTP, POP3, and IMAP running.

Today we are going to add a web interface to our new mail server using SquirrelMail and Apache. I, personally, chose SquirrelMail because it is written in my language of choice, PHP, and it didn't require the installation of any extra IMAP libraries. There are other web front ends out there, such as Inter7's SqWebMail and Horde's Imp. As I did in the first part of this series, I will point out shortcuts for Debian users whenever possible.

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