RoundCube Webmail installed

My host just emailed me this evening, quietly announcing that he installed RoundCube Webmail for me. Sweet!

When Alex King first mentioned RCW, I really wanted it instead of SquirrelMail. Perhaps I’m a sucker for a gorgeous interface. At least when I’m checking email at a friend’s house or at school, it’ll be in style.

Unfortunately, I can’t import my address book from Thunderbird. Until that feature rolls out, it’ll be tough to switch to using RCW full-time.

Oh yeah, and I’d be without Thunderbird’s Bayesian spam filters. I don’t think I have SpamAssassin – my host is running DirectAdmin, and there’s just an adult filter.

I hope Alex King gets his tabbed email proposal accepted, because the RCW mock-ups he created looks really good.

Anyway, if you have SquirrelMail, I think you should ask your host if they could install RoundCube Webmail. It’s awesome!

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Bryan Villarin

Bryan is a Community Guardian at Automattic. He's also a photographer, card magician, and cat whisperer. (Thanks to my friend and colleague Steve Blythe for the sweet photo!)

One thought on “RoundCube Webmail installed”

  1. I had this installed on my production server and it’s SWEET. I really like it. I hope it gets improved even more and comes out with a stable version sometime soon, it’s a sweet app.

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