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Considering a machine with IIS 7.5/PHP 5.2/ and mysql/MSSQL available, which webmail would you pick? Don't think it's relevant but the mail server is installed on localhost, and is hmailserver.

If it's one using it'd be a bonus, but PHP is ok as well and probably offers more choices.

"Client side" look and feel definitely needed, flash/silverlight/ajax not a problem.

I have also seen this question, but being asked almost 2years ago and being focused on php webmails, I thought that some better option could've been released in the meantime.


Has anybody had any experience with afterlogic webmail? Considering this or horde.

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Not really a programming question, but you could try Roundcube or SquirrelMail. See also Horde.

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+1 for Roundecube. I use it all the time whenever I need a web mail client. – Sebastian Hoitz May 17 '10 at 12:37
Another +1 for Roundcube. – John Gardeniers May 18 '10 at 12:11
I used SquirrelMail until a few years ago (but now I don't use PHP). – Ben Doom May 18 '10 at 14:34

For some friends i used horde webmail:

It has everything you need from a webmail.

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