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WebMail

WebMail is a WWW mail application that allows users to manage IMAP or POP3 mailboxes via an easy-to-use WWW-interface. It may be used, for example, to give users access to their mailboxes from anywhere in the world. It is written in Java and should run at least on the most popular Unix platforms. WebMail can run on its own HTTP server (users just have to point their browser to the configured server and port) or can be run as a Java Servlet. On the clientside, only a frames-capable browser is needed, no Javascript or Java.

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  •  03 Oct 2002 20:30

    Release Notes: Many of the outstanding bugs have been fixed. This release uses the more general JAXP and Trax interfaces and Tomcat 4.1. There are some code cleanups. JDK 1.4 is required.

    •  06 Nov 2001 15:57

      Release Notes: WebMail now has support for the Chinese language. Installation under Tomcat has been made easier. Some bugs were fixed.

      •  17 Dec 2000 22:29

        Release Notes: Theme support, a BiBop theme, and bugfixes.

        •  11 Aug 2000 19:27

          Release Notes: This is a maintanance release that contains many bugfixes, updates to the README, better error handling, and a basic challenge/response authentication.

          •  29 Jun 2000 16:11

            Release Notes: Changing of the template system and state model to XML/XSL, many major bugfixes and enhancements, improved folder support, etc.

            Recent comments

            19 Mar 2013 07:16 pbhuktar7

            is any one expert of this application? I need some help!!!!
            urgent !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

            25 Oct 2002 22:05 penguinbait

            Re: Undocumented

            You don't need to be a Java Specialist to make this work. I am an average user, with the ability to READ what is provided. I had never used tomcat before, nor any other java apps. It was quite easy to get going. Make sure the perms are right everywhere, and it was working. I was able to update the xml and change the images to customize it for myself. Flat out if you can read, you can get this up and running. My biggest problem I had was html emails would not display, not sure if I can fix this or not.

            A bunch of maroons !!!

            > Not documented very well for something
            > that is supposed to be simple. I'm not
            > a JAVA person and the instructions were
            > straight forward to download the Webmail
            > app, Download Jakarta Apache, Download
            > j2re 1.2+ and follow their instructions.
            > Needless to say, after 2 hours of
            > frustration and RTFM, I am moving on
            > because I'm not not interested in being
            > a JAVA specialist ...

            27 Jun 2002 01:24 bensode

            Undocumented
            Not documented very well for something that is supposed to be simple. I'm not a JAVA person and the instructions were straight forward to download the Webmail app, Download Jakarta Apache, Download j2re 1.2+ and follow their instructions. Needless to say, after 2 hours of frustration and RTFM, I am moving on because I'm not not interested in being a JAVA specialist ...

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