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    Best Webmail Client

    Looking for the most modern web client. Would like it to be like gmail as much as possible ideally but support unlimited imap accounts. Im getting tired of Thunderbird being a CPU hog with the number of accounts saved.

    I know of roundcube and horde, but looking for anything better.

    Thanks.

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    • Roundcube and afterlogic webmail lite (free version).

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    • Or Telaen (no need mysql).

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    • k0nslk0nsl Member, Member without signature

      Roundcube and/or RainLoop Webmail.

    • agentmishraagentmishra Member, Provider

      1+ for roundcube

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    • NyrNyr Member

      Roundcube is not pretty, but it's usable and reliable.

    • ValdVald Member
      edited March 2015

      if you can setup your own IMAP or use one of its supported panels you can check

      http://www.afterlogic.org/webmail-lite

      You could also try the WebMail module from Zentyal server community edition, its really nice and sleek looking but requires at least 1GB ram i think, at least i couldnt get it to work on a 512mb machine.

    • jmginerjmginer Member, Provider

      Squirrelmail forever

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    • I like HastyMail2

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    • messing with rainloop. Afterlogic lost me since they can't keep the demo app with a working admin login.

      Thanked by 1aglodek
    • I've been using Clawsmail for a while because it is very fast and configurable. It handles lots of accounts, and I see it it only taking up about 55Megs at the moment.

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    • slowzslowz Member

      +1 for rainloop

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    • RainLoop is good.

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    • Why does no one use Horde? It's fantastic + ActiveSync/Calendar/Contacts !

    • @bohdans said:
      Why does no one use Horde? It's fantastic + ActiveSync/Calendar/Contacts !

      Just looked and the GUI looks 5-10 years old back when "DHTML" was the hot thing to talk about/use.

    • aglodekaglodek Member
      edited March 2015

      @Ole_Juul said: I've been using Clawsmail for a while because it is very fast and configurable. It handles lots of accounts, and I see it it only taking up about 55Megs at the moment.

      Took a quick look. Correct my if I'm wrong, but seems this is an email client rather than a remote webmail app?

      @mustafaramadhan said: Roundcube and afterlogic webmail lite (free version).

      >

      Or Telaen (no need mysql).

      Pros and cons of Afterlogic Webmail Lite?How does it compare to Telaen and Roundcube?

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    • @aglodek said:
      Took a quick look. Correct my if I'm wrong, but seems this is an email client rather than a remote webmail app?

      Oops, I scanned the title too fast. You're right. In that case my answer is SquirrelMail all the way. :)

      Thanked by 1aglodek
    • JonchunJonchun Member, Provider

      @aglodek said:
      Pros and cons of Afterlogic Webmail Lite?How does it compare to Telaen and Roundcube?

      I don't know about Telaen (never heard of it), but from what I remember about my experience with Afterlogic, the features were much more limited than Roundcube. It did however, look a lot better.

      I'm currently looking to see if there are any webmail solutions to integrate with Zimbra which I've chosen for my backend. While the zimbra client is decent, it looks way too dated in my opinion, and would love a fresher look like afterlogic or rainloop.

      Thanked by 1aglodek
    • @Jonchun said: I don't know about Telaen (never heard of it), but from what I remember about my experience with Afterlogic, the features were much more limited than Roundcube. It did however, look a lot better.

      Afterlogic looks pretty much rounded of, feature-wise, but maybe I'm missing something. Can you say where you found it lacking vis a vis Roundcube?

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    • @pcfreak30 @slowz @Gunter:

      I'm not clear: does Rainloop require a DB backend?

      From their website:

      Optional: PDO (MySQL/PostgreSQL/SQLite) PHP extension (for contacts)

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    • pcfreak30pcfreak30 Member
      edited March 2015

      @aglodek said:
      pcfreak30 slowz Gunter:

      I'm not clear: does Rainloop require a DB backend?

      From their website:

      Optional: PDO (MySQL/PostgreSQL/SQLite) PHP extension (for contacts)

      Defaults to SQLite, optional MySQL support.

      Thanked by 1aglodek
    • JonchunJonchun Member, Provider

      @aglodek said:
      Afterlogic looks pretty much rounded of, feature-wise, but maybe I'm missing something. Can you say where you found it lacking vis a vis Roundcube?

      I know this sounds weak, but I honestly don't remember too much since it has been a while. I just remember how it felt when I used it. The situation could very well have changed by now.

      I have used RainLoop recently and I loved the interface (closest to gmail I've used so far). It has most things down perfectly. Their social media integration is great too

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    • NavynNavyn Member
      edited March 2015

      +1 for roundcube

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    • Jonchun said: I'm currently looking to see if there are any webmail solutions to integrate with Zimbra which I've chosen for my backend. While the zimbra client is decent, it looks way too dated in my opinion, and would love a fresher look like afterlogic or rainloop.

      Really?
      I thought the zimbra web interface was one of the better ones although it can be a little heavy.

    • bohdans said: Why does no one use Horde

      Because it's an atrocity.

    • YKMYKM Member

      @Microlinux said:
      Because it's an atrocity.

      So true, and has been for years

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    • vijaivijai Member

      @Nyr said:
      Roundcube is not pretty, but it's usable and reliable.

      If by pretty you meant the looks, roundcube could be made pretty. You can make it look like outlook or icloud mail. Lot of free and paid themes out there.

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    • NyrNyr Member

      vijai said: If by pretty you meant the looks, roundcube could be made pretty. You can make it look like outlook or icloud mail. Lot of free and paid themes out there.

      The Outlook theme looked nice, but it was $100 even for personal use, so a no go for me. The free themes were... lacking the last time I checked, to say at least.

    • 4n0nx4n0nx Member

      squirrelmail but idk if it still looks ancient. Lavabit used it so it's probably secure ;p

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    • +1 SquirrelMail

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    • I've been trying to get my hand dirty with Sogo.nu but coudn't complete my mailserver due to lack of time. Its a frontend used by Zentyal now and looks a pretty matured product if ActiveSync/calendar and other office sync is important for you.

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    • I think Imma try Sogo.nu just for the sake of it, yay

    • +1 for Afterlogic Webmail.

      Rainloops indeed good but I can't find any mobile interface there. I need that a lot.

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    • @mustafaramadhan said:
      Roundcube and afterlogic webmail lite (free version).

      These you said them before I did. I also like protonmail.ch for external mail.

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    • I like AfterLogic WM Lite as well. Clean and got all functions you want from a WM Client.

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    • wychwych Member
      edited August 2015

      I like roundcube, but I also don't change things if they just work.

      Taking a hiatus.

    • SOGo is great, Been using it for 2 months,
      The ActiveSync support is the real winner

    • RainLoop Webmail is what you need.

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