SquirrelMail is a popular PHP-based webmail interface with MIME support, address books and folder management.
Download the latest SquirrelMail package from the SquirrelMail Download Page, and unpack it into your preferred, web-accessible location. Also, you must create the SquirrelMail data directories (we'll use $HOME/.squirrelmail):
$ cd ~/www/mydomain.ext $ tar -xzf squirrelmail-webmail-*.tar.gz $ mv squirrelmail-webmail-* mymail $ mkdir -m 700 ~/.squirrelmail $ mkdir ~/.squirrelmail/data $ mkdir ~/.squirrelmail/attach
SquirrelMail provides a nice menu-based configuration script:
Configure at least the following parameters:
Substitute mydomain.ext for your domain name, yourname for your username, and mailXX.csoft.net for your actual mail server address. Use "Q" to exit and save the configuration.
You can now browse to http://mydomain.ext/mymail (or, preferably https://mydomain.ext/mymail if you have SSL service), log in either as yourself or any mailbox account you have configured on the server.