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yawebmail

yawebmail is a webmail-client written in Java as a webapp. Having it deployed on your Internet-accessed webserver, you can get access to your POP3- or IMAP-Mailbox, even if you are behind a firewall that blocks the eMail-ports - in general port 25 for SMTP, port 110 for POP3 and port 143 for IMAP (natch you must be allowed to access your webserver via HTTP...). Just throw the \"yawebmail.war\"-file into the deployment-directory of your Servlet-container (tomcat, jetty, weblogic, ..) and you're ready to go! No configuration needed

 
CategoryWeb Mail
LicenseGNU General Public License (GPL)
HomePagehttp://yawebmail.sourceforge.net/





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