Fast and easy-to-use webmail front-end for your existing IMAP mail server, Plesk or cPanel.
Open Source and Free
Install it on your web servers for personal or commercial use, redistribute, integrate with other software, or alter the source code (provided that you contribute your changes back to the community). For free.
Minimalistic interface is combined with a rich feature set, no tradeoffs here. Built on the latest HTML5 and CSS3 technology.
Microsoft Office documents viewer
This feature uses online viewer provided directly by Microsoft website. Currently, the list of supported documents includes: doc, docx, docm, dotm, dotx, xlsx, xlsb, xls, xlsm, pptx, ppsx, ppt, pps, pptm, potm, ppam, potx, ppsm.
Authentication via external services
Users can add their Google, Facebook and Dropbox accounts to email accounts, which lets them log into WebMail Lite without having to enter email credentials.
Encrypt, sign, decrypt and verify e-mails right in the browser. All the crypto takes place directly in the browser, neither PGP keys nor decrypted data are sent to the server.
Plugin framework and API for seamless integration
A set of developer tools lets you extend the application in many ways, including user interface adjustments, Single-Sign-On, and more.
Tried the demo, fast, light, worked great. Anyone else have thoughts?
First I tried packing it with LDAP support, but that was not really working as intended. The current version grabs the mail-domain and adds it to the db. It also allows all cloudron domains (from that server) to be accessed via webmail.
The superadmin has no password set (like it is when you set it up manually), this should be (re)set immediately.
Testing and feedback is welcome:
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@msbt Is this maintained or close to release? I remembered AfterLogic after I saw a Nextclodu app
@necrevistonnezr uh no, I packaged it back then for training and never touched it again but you're welcome to check it out and let me know if there are any issues
It doesn't look like it's being developed anymore