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Squirrel Mail Addons??

Discussion in 'cPanel Developers' started by Roberto, Oct 5, 2003.

  1. Roberto

    Roberto Active Member

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    How would I go about installing a Squirrel mail addon that would allow HTML emails to be read? Would this cause any conflictions with cPanel?

    Thanks in advance!

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    tAzMaNiAc Well-Known Member

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    I think it is in there already. Just turn it on.
    I know my SquirrelMail has it and I turned it on. I then was able to read HTML email and inline html too!

    Brenden

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    Where did you go to turn it on?

    Thanks,
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    Okay, well how can you set webmail to WRITE html emails? Reading is one thing, but writing them is also very important.
     
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    No answer

    Well a year later I've figured out how to get it to write HTML emails in the options. (The option wasn't available before; I think we ended up installing an add-on from some where.)

    Now, I'm wondering if SquirrelMail could include templates so that our customers could send HTML emails with company letterhead and standard, canned responses. That's what businesses really need.

    I'm not talking bulk advertising emails though, I'm talking emails that hosting customers could send to their clients w/ standard messages regarding a past due account or anything like that.

    Anyone have a solution to this?
     
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