PHPwebmail is a Web-based IMAP and SMTP mail client. Often it is not possible to make outside mail connections from networks behind strict firewalls, or to configure a regular mail client (for example in an Internet cafe). With PHPwebmail a mail client only needs a WWW connection to the mailserver. Specifically it only needs a connection to the webserver hosting PHPwebmail. Most of the times the Web and mail server will be the same machine but PHPwebmail can connect to other mailservers as well as long as an IMAP connection between these two machines is allowed.
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Release Notes: Now only a limited number of messages are shown in the message pane. People who are upgrading from previous versions should check webmail.sql for the new field "nummsgs" in the prefs table.
Release Notes: PHPwebmail now uses MySQL to keep sent messages, as well as an e-mail address book. Some minor bugfixes are also included, mostly relating to IMAP folders.
Release Notes: New features in PHPwebmail include an improved frame layout, a single window display, multiple recipients, CC, BCC, default help message, PHP4 session support, and a central config file (mail.inc). Furthermore, attachments work (both for sending and receiving), HTML formatted mail is displayed nicely, create, delete and rename IMAP mail folders have been added, messages can be moved between IMAP mail folders, all co recipients ("To" and "CC") are shown, and the icons have been improved.
Release Notes: There is now a line on top of the inbox informing the user of any new messages. For security reasons the pages are no longer cached by the browsers. PHPwapmail 0.9 is included with this release. It is a stripped down version of PHPwebmail for the new generation of WAP mobile phones.