[sf-perl] OT: Lightweight webmail?

Kevin Frost biztos at mac.com
Fri Sep 26 11:11:31 PDT 2008

IIRC openwebmail (ex neomail) is Perl. Pretty lightweight but pretty  
old, not sure about quality.

Roundcube is pretty slick, I use it for one of my hosts.  A bit quirky  
but once you get it going it's fun.  Just remember to double click to  
open messages.

Unfortunately I don't think either is developed actively.  Squirrel  
beats Horde for my money but they're both UI nightmares.

It seems writing webmail clients is a loveless calling.  I guess the  
kids all want to write social networks these days.

-- frosty

(via iphone)

On Sep 26, 2008, at 10:05 AM, Josh Berkus <josh at agliodbs.com> wrote:

> Folks,
> I'm looking for a webmail client for my own mailserver (i.e. not  
> Gmail or anything) which is lightweight and low-bandwidth.   
> Currently I have Horde, which huge and cluttered.
> Ideally, this client would be written in Perl, but I'm willing to be  
> flexible at this point ...
> --Josh
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