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@Mail Webmail upgrade for Cpanel

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by mrmisso, Mar 7, 2007.

  1. mrmisso

    mrmisso Registered

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    Hi All!

    I've been searching for some decent Webmail upgrade for Cpanel for ages.

    I notice that @Mail - http://atmail.com/ - has recently upgraded from Perl to PHP. This is great news for me, makes the install and maintenance a lot easier under Cpanel. I really need to provide a more killer Webmail frontend for my server, I mean the current Webmail with Cpanel is laughable.

    With more and more users using more Ajax/Web2 Webmail systems like Gmail, we need to keep our users email accounts, not having them migrate off to another system. Need to provide a killer Ajax/Webmail/feature rich interface, In my roundup @Mail seems the best candidate.

    Whats are other Cpanel users opinion of @Mail? Do you think it's worth the $850 for a 10,000 user license ( at 8.5c a user is pretty darn cheap! )

    Also, anyone got any stats for their install base, what % of users use Webmail vs POP3/IMAP client? I'm seeing the Webmail trend grow, I think the future will be Webmail over traditional apps ...

    Lemme know what you all think!
     
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    Ahh yeah, forgot about the online demo, checkout: http://phpdemo.atmail.com/ -

    Sure kicks butt over Squirrelmail and IMP under Cpanel!
     
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    @tmail now has a free opensource edition - perhaps something cPanel can include as one of their default clients? (if the licensing allows it)
     
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    cPanelDavidG Technical Product Specialist

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    Roundcube is installed by default as of 11.23

    As for @Mail, I was unable to find any feature requests for it in our system at http://bugzilla.cPanel.net, which indicates there likely isn't sufficient demand for it at this time to warrant supporting it.
     
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    Ok - thanks :) Roundcube is indeed a nice upgrade :)
    the open source edition of @tmail was just released a couple of days ago actually, so I'm guessing there might be a few requests in the future.
     
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