Another Webmail client

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After playing around with SquirrelMail for a while, I ended up not being terribly happy with it, mainly because it was all text based, no fancy icons for functions, etc. After a bit of web searching I came across the RoundCube Webmail Project, which I liked a lot, as it looked somewhat similar to Mail in OS X.

Roundcube was very easy to get installed on my OS X based mail/web server, and even though the software is only beta2 currently, seems to be running just fine. There seems to be a pretty healthy user base already running this, so I have high hopes that it will continue to be developed to a 1.0 release and beyond.

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