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Advise on Web-based Email programs?



Mar 13, 2001, 12:19 PM

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Advise on Web-based Email programs? Can't Post

Greetings all,

I am joining the online community and registered my own Domain. The site will contain an online game (someday), and a few pages for my personal business.

In order to add some functionality for my future employees, I was considering setting up a web interface for their emails.
That way, when they are surfing the web they will still be able to send/receive email messages without installing outside software like Eudora/Outlook/etc.

(that way I can keep the computers with a standard image and administrate them better).

Of course a brief search for Web-Email scripts pretty much gives plenty of results for either very simple free scripts, or well-rounded commercial scripts with a vast range in pricing.

While most sites have a demo of their scripts, they force you to create a FREE email account and check out the features yourself.
This is great, but I so not have a great deal of time and energy to devote to signing up for multipel web services, sending blah-blah messages to my many new Alias-emails, and then check them all out for decent features and ease-of-use.

What I'm wondering is if anyone out there has a well-formed opinion of the various scripts, and could either suggest a moderately priced one, or else just provide a basic overview of pro/cons.

Any advise, please email me at as I only browse these forums about once a week.
Many thanks in advance.

Living life -umop apisdn-


Apr 4, 2001, 10:49 AM

Post #2 of 2 (1039 views)
Re: Advise on Web-based Email programs? [In reply to] Can't Post

I've been playing around with GossamerMail and it looks like one of the sweetest web-based-email programs available. Their code is tight and support is responsive.


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