Projects / oMail-admin


oMail-admin is a PHP-based Web frontend to qmail and vmailmgrd. It can be used by domain owners and single users to easily administer their mail accounts without bothering the sysadmin. Its features include mailbox/alias management, auto-responder (vacation-like) support, support for changing passwords, and translations for the French, English, Swedish, Chinese, Japanese, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Danish, Romana, Czech, Nederlands, and German languages.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  16 Feb 2004 16:09

    Release Notes: Overall speed improvements were made. Mailbox size is displayed. A Polish translation was added. Selection of spam required hits was made user-friendly. The usual set of bugfixes was made.

    •  30 Jan 2003 01:09

      Release Notes: SpamAssassin support based on the SQL configuration capability of SA, removal of splash screen variable, a Lithuanian translation, and updated help files.

      •  12 Nov 2001 06:16

        Release Notes: This release includes a turn_off_delivery_on_fwd_setup configuration variable. The input fields were replaced with a text field to add new forwarders, and the login screen was redesigned. New translations for Indonesian and Brazilian Portuguese were added, and help file and ldap support updates were made.

        •  06 Mar 2001 18:05

          Release Notes: This release adds completely redesigned catchall-alias selection ('+' alias), an improved help screen, English language file updates, and a few minor bugfixes and improvements.

          •  25 Feb 2001 21:08

            Release Notes: 100% HTML template-based, vmailmgrd-tcp support with 3 different host selection methods, LDAP support, five or six new translations, better documentation and lots of bugfixes, display of N accounts per page or per start letter, and user friendly catchall account support.


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