Am 07.03.2011 um 01:22 schrieb Stephen D. Goff:
> Are you looking at webmail or SurgeWeb? Webmail is ancient, and has been
> replaced with a much more friendlier ajax interface.
Sorry, I was using "webmail" in the generic sense. I know the difference between SurgeWeb and the older Webmail.
Unfortunately, while the functionality of SurgeWeb seems pretty good according to my limited testing, the web design aesthetics are, well, oof.
I don't mean to bitch about this, and would be quite happy to run a combo of SurgeMail, which I trust is a great mail server, and RoundCube, which offers a state-of-the-art webmail UI. Since my users access their mail through POP or IMAP 99% of the time, I'm not worried about the performance of RoundCube vs. SurgeWeb. I just need it to look good on the rare occasions when they do want to access it, and I need to include a way for them to set up a holiday auto-reply.
If I can get this to work, SurgeMail, here I come.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Chris Ferebee [mailtoHIDDEN@ebee.net]
> Sent: Sunday, March 06, 2011 3:55 PM
> I'm considering SurgeMail as a replacement for my ancient CommuniGate Pro
> license. So far, it's looking good, except that I can't see myself using the
> included webmail system. My clients are graphics designers for the most
> part, and it simply doesn't measure up to their expectations on the visual
> Instead, I think I will be using RoundCube (PHP) for webmail.
> I need to provide a convenient way to set up holiday (vacation) auto-reply
> messages. There is a plugin for RoundCube that supports several auto-reply
> systems, so I wonder what it would take to adapt it to SurgeMail, using the
> built-in auto-reply system if possible.
> Where can I find documentation on the SurgeMail auto-reply system?
> Chris Ferebee