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SOLVED SquirrelMail spell check

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussion' started by Gaucho, Dec 13, 2016.

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  1. Gaucho

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    I find the new SquirrelMail to be inferior to the previous one, for my tastes. I see that there is a SquirrelSpell plugin; can the user install that or must I ask my hosting company to do that?
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    Hello @Gaucho,

    It's not possible for end-users to install plugins for the version of SquirrelMail published with cPanel. However, as a workaround, they can manually install Squirrelmail to the individual account and access it directly from their website (e.g. domain.tld/squirrelmail).

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    Thanks, Michael. Do you mean 'install it with the plug-in?'
     
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    Yes, the end-user could manually install SquirrelMail the same way they would manually install a PHP script such as WordPress, and then they could install/configure the plugin per the instructions at:

    SquirrelMail - Webmail for Nuts!

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