SquirrelMail - Webmail in PHP
This chapter provides introductions and tutorial on SquirrelMail Webmail. Topics include installing and configuring SquirrelMail on CentOS systems; accessing mail server on local network; accepting self-signed certificate; using secure IMAPS and SMTPS ports 993 and 465.
SquirrelMail Webmail Installation on CentOS
SquirrelMail Configuration on CentOS
SquirrelMail for Mail Server on Local Network
SquirrelMail Configuration for IMAPS Port 993
Provide Self Signed Certificate to SquirrelMail
SquirrelMail Configuration for SMTPS Port 465
SquirrelMail Configuration for QQ Mail
- SquirrelMail is a free open source Web-based email client tool for Linux systems
that integrates to Postfix and Dovecot local servers.
- SquirrelMail 1.4.23-svn seems to have a bug that prevents "apache" user to access the data directory.
But SquirrelMail 1.4.22 works perfectly.
- You can use regular IMAP and SMTP ports 143 and 25 without TLS encryption
with "localhost" to access mail server running on the same computer as SquirrelMail.
- You should use secure IMAPS and SMTPS ports 993 and 465 with TLS encryption
to access remote mail servers.
- You should install mail server's self-signed certificate as a trusted certificate
for SquirrelMail's PHP environment.
Table of Contents
About This Book
Introduction to Linux Systems
Files and Directories
Running Apache Web Server (httpd) on Linux Systems
Running PHP Scripts on Linux Systems
Running MySQL Database Server on Linux Systems
Running Python Scripts on Linux Systems
Conda - Environment and Package Manager
GCC - C/C++ Compiler
Graphics Environments on Linux
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Tools and Utilities
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