Rich Freeman on 10 Jan 2013 09:58:20 -0800

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Re: [PLUG] good linux mail clients

On Thu, Jan 10, 2013 at 10:10 AM, Matt Murphy <> wrote:
> I implemented Horde for a company I used to work for.  I thought it was
> surprisingly feature-complete.

I haven't looked at Horde in a while.  I went online and reviewed the
docs and googled around to do a quick evaluation of Horde, and I
concluded that there would be nothing quick about doing an evaluation
of Horde.

Is there any kind of installation doc that JUST WORKS?  I found lots
of install docs that look like they'll need heavy adaptation, but
nothing that simply works.  I don't care what distro it uses as long
as it is at least free as in beer.

Preferences in order:
1.  A liveCD or something that will just install a working VM.
2.  A virtual appliance that can be made to run on virtualbox.
3.  A set of line-by-line install instructions with a reference to a
specific version of a distro that it works on.  Install instructions
include ALL pre-requisites beyond running the distro's own installer.
It must get you from stock distro to fully configured and running
Horde/IMP.  I don't need it to be integrated with anything I already
have, or if it runs as root on the box/mysql, or whatever.  I just
want to see what it is like before I invest the 75 hours that are
likely needed to get it working on my own server...  :)

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