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phlyMail

phlyMail is a groupware, webmailer, and PIM. It offers unlimited nested groups, unlimited POP3/IMAP profiles, quotas, an integrated address book, a calendar with multiple reminders and event repetitions, a file manager with an integrated WebDAV server, the ability to send faxes, SMS support (which lets you send SMS, get reminded of events via SMS, and get email notification via SMS), a bookmark manager, themes, and multilingual support. It uses either sendmail or SMTP to send email, and can handle MIME and SSL connections. Support for IDN (Internationalized Domain Names) is included. Through its modular design, it's easy to add completely new features as modules, which can be plugged into the system.

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  •  16 Mar 2014 20:56

Release Notes: This releases improves the self-healing of the CronJobs, which should recognize dead processes more reliably. Users shouldn't need to manually intervene anymore. "Reply All" now removes one's own address from CC fields.

Release Notes: This build fixes a nasty error in the installer, which "forgot" to create some system folders for the user. Code has also been added which tries to recreate the missing folders on login, if necessary.

Release Notes: The installer has been fully revamped, giving it a more modern, slim appeal and making it easier to understand. A few minor issues with the configuration interface, the mail list, and fetching external calendars have been fixed. Cronjob scheduling has been improved, with the process limit raised. Both steps should improve Cronjob handling.

Release Notes: Unfortunately, there were still some minor bugs in the previous build; they have been fixed in this one.

Release Notes: This build fixes various issues with typos and the autoload mechanism, and massively improves the behavior when adding a new IMAP account.

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17 Aug 2007 08:00 phlylabs Thumbs up

Re: Licence
Yes, it is. But be aware, that you cannot update your installation to any future version of phlyMail, be it because of new features or of security fixes, without having to redo all your work.

Besides that I think, you will have to spend a lot of time to figure out all places to be changed.

I think, it's not worth the efforts - we already did that for you and offer the multi user branches at a reasonable price.

17 Aug 2007 07:45 WavyeDavey

Licence
Website says restricted to 1 user, send $$$ to upgrade to multiuser versions. Is it permitted under the terms of the licence to modify out this restriction for own use ?

25 Jul 2005 07:59 phlylabs Thumbs up

Re: os independant?

> project says os independant.

>

> home page for project under 'system

> requirements' says:

>

> - Linux or other UN*X like OS

For PHlyMail now also runs fully under Windows, the project homepage has been updated as well as the categorization here at freshmeat.net.

Thanks again for pointing out the mistake.

01 Jun 2005 08:24 phlylabs Thumbs up

Re: os independant?

> project says os independant.

>

> home page for project under 'system

> requirements' says:

>

> - Linux or other UN*X like OS

Thank you very much for pointing that out. Although you can run it under quite any system, where PHP runs, there's one or two places (namely deleting a user) in the source, where currently only Linuxoid OS' are supported.

01 Jun 2005 04:52 snowzone

os independant?
project says os independant.

home page for project under 'system requirements' says:

- Linux or other UN*X like OS

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