Squirrelmail - web site
Squirrelmail is a very attractive and usable web mail client. It's very configurable and there's tons of plug-ins available to customize it like crazy. A couple of my favorite plugins are the SpamAssassin per-user prefs and quota plugins. Squirrelmail is highly recommended.
How do I configure squirrelmail?
How do I use Squirrelmail SQL preferences?
Set install_squirrelmail_sql in toaster-watcher.conf and run toaster_setup.pl -s squirrelmail. That will install Squirrelmail (if necessary) and configure the MySQL database and tables. The only other thing required is to add the path to pear-DB to php.ini. Edit /usr/local/etc/php.ini and set:
How do I get squirrelmail authentication logging to work?
Squirrelmail doesn't log anything by default. You need to fix this by installing the logging plugin available from http://www.squeaksoft.com/products/SquirrelLogger/. The author of that plugin very gratiously added support for syslog logging (per our email exchange) as of version 1.4. I make the following change to the setup.php file:
and voila, webmail logins are now logged via syslog.mail.
Last modified on 4/28/05.