I know, I am a little bit late, but I use Squirrelmail since more
then 15 years now and had no problems from Woody to Stretch with it.
I use it even to access my GMail account :-) because then I have
not to bother with those stupid GMail interface and I can do whatever
Best is you create a seperated Virtualhost like <webmail.example.com>
and decompress the Squirrelmail archive into it. The run the config
script in [DOCROOT]/config/conf.pl and set it up.
Should work out of the box.
Oh, use https:// and make sure any security is activated in conf.pl.
Have a nice Sunday
Am 2018-06-29 hackte Joe in die Tasten:
> Anyone know of a webmail that works on stretch?
> I've just spent half an afternoon trying first roundcube then prayer.
> Roundcube works (allegedly) with apache. I'm not an expert on apache2,
> but as far as I can see, there is an apache2.conf existing and enabled
> for roundcube, and it leads via an alias to a real index.php in the
> right place. I just get a 404, and I've tried with and without a
> trailing slash and a final index.php. Yes, I've restarted apache2,
> several times, and my other php stuff on the server works.
> Prayer seems incomplete. There is no process running (it's supposedly
> standalone) and the configuration file seems untouched from upstream.
> expect Debian packages to deal with the plumbing, connecting it to my
> mailboxes and MTA, and setting any ports necessary, maybe asking me a
> few questions. The configuration file contains no mention of anything
> but University of Cambridge links, and the port is 80, despite my
> having a working apache2 there throughout the installation. It may be
> as simple as changing that to an unused port (plus associated firewall
> fiddling) but I didn't try it, as I'm sure a lot of other stuff needs
> It was a long time ago that I put Squirrelmail, no longer a Debian
> package, on my old server but I'm pretty sure I installed it and it
> Just Worked.
> Does anyone have either of these packages working, or indeed Yet
> Another webmail? I must make clear that it's a backup measure, I've
> to find a webmail I could stand using every day, but I've found it
> useful on several occasions when other things have stopped working.
Michelle Konzack Miila ITSystems @ TDnet
GNU/Linux Developer 00372-54541400