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IMAP webmail service

CiderWebmail is a modern, user friendly and maintenance free webmail application. It's targeted at mailserver administrators who need to provide web access for their user's mailboxes and individuals wanting to access their mailboxes via an always available web application.

It currently supports all the basic mail handling features one would expect from such an application:

  • Listing your emails with selectable sort order and grouping. *

Moving emails between folders and deleting using drag & drop. * Displaying text and HTML emails even if their code is completely broken (which happens quite often in reality) * Keyboard bindings for switching through emails, moving, deleting, replying and forwarding. * Reply to and forward existing emails or write new emails, add attachments and have a copy saved in your "Sent" folder.

As an application written deep in the 21st century, CiderWebmail supports only IMAP mail servers.

It is recommended to use CiderWebmail with the Dovecot IMAP server. CiderWebmail deliberately does little internal caching for security reasons, so if used with an IMAP server less powerfull than Dovecot you may benefit from connecting via imapproxy.




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OtherDebian20 March 2013
PublicDomainDebian20 March 2013
ExpatDebian20 March 2013
GPLv2orlaterDebian20 March 2013
OtherDebian20 March 2013

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Date 2013-03-20
Source Debian import
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