[Catalyst] [SOT] cat webmail app?

Andrew Kornak akornak at gmail.com
Fri Aug 8 23:47:25 BST 2008


Not Cat based but is a fairly complete perl-based, modular, extensible
solution as well as a useful system administration tool. I have used
Webmin and Usermin for many years and highly recommend both.


On Tue, 2008-08-05 at 10:41 -0700, Roderick A. Anderson wrote:
> I think I've done my due diligence.  I've searched using Google and 
> looked through the cat website but haven't found any info on a cat based 
> webmail interface.  Heck even Perl based is tough.  And webmail may be 
> the wrong term.
> Anyone aware of a or working on a cat application to access IMAP/SMTP 
> servers?  Most of the webmail applications I could find information on 
> were designed to run on the mailbox server itself, used LDAP, and POP3.
> I'm looking for something that can run on any server and uses IMAP to 
> access the the mail.  Being able to use a separate outbound SMTP server, 
> verses using the web server, would be nice too.
> I know all the pieces are available but a completely or mostly round 
> wheel to start with would be great.
> If there is nothing available I'm thinking of starting with CaMail 
> (http://freshmeat.net/projects/camail/) and bending it into Catalyst. 
> Any thoughts on this?
> TIA,
> Rod
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