In what way or ways? You didn't specifically answer my question, and at the moment, that's an important issue for me.Indeed, it would be a lot better than afterlogic webmail.
Same basic question. Does it store customization data in a MySQL database? And if so, is there an easy import/export script or scripts we may integrate into our back/urestore/migrate scrits?
That depnds on whether or not you get the features you need.Do we honestly need another webmail client? Isnt 2 enough?
Are you spreading FUD or do you know this for a fact?Probably full of security issues as well.
The webmail edition comes with a filter management app which takes care of forwards, vacation messages, spam and custom filtering. Everything is stored in sieve files, so it can be edited in other email clients.That depnds on whether or not you get the features you need.
To me the most important feature is that we can set up serverside filtering for imap accounts (in other words manage the Doecot sieve/pigeonhole).
Another important feature is that if/when we need to move a user between machines we can backup/restore his personalization settings (especially his address book).
Right now we may get the latter with Squirrelmail (I'm not sure) but we don't get it with RoundCube. And the former we can only get with RoundCube.
We need both, and so do our clients.
There is only 1, Squirrelmail is junk. roundcube is nice, but doesn't come with mobile synchronisation.pucky said:Do we honestly need another webmail client? Isnt 2 enough? Probably full of security issues as well.
That's what I want. Documentation on how their database works, and a stable detabase schema, so someone here (John, hopefully ) can look into integrating it with backup system.Regarding import/export of user data, I couldn't find anything. Cpanel used to have some scripts which would dump the DB for specific users and that would be the best option.