WebMail is a www-frontend to IMAP/POP3 mailboxes. You can compare it to the systems Hotmail, YahooMail etc use.
It allows a user to access his mailbox via the world wide web and do most things other mail programs allow to do, even if he is not sitting on his own personal computer or corporate LAN.
- gives a user complete access to his POP3 or IMAP mailboxes via an easy-to-use web interface
- runs as Java Servlet (and Servlet 2.2 WebApp)
- pluggable services (IMAP, POP3, ...) through the Java Mail API
- configurable look'n'feel through templates
- user configurable mailboxes: each folder may be on a different IMAP host
- sophisticated folder support
- support for multiple languages
- MIME support: images, html- and textfiles are shown via the webbrowser (configurable), all other files may be downloaded with a click
- fancy mail formatting: link highlighting, umlaut conversion, "smiley-substitution"
- Very fast compared to CGI scripts
- Modular concept with plugin support
- Easy administration (webinterface) and installation
WebMail is intended for small to medium ISPs, but it may also be used on a standalone Homecomputer running on a Java capable platform.
Currently, WebMail also has some features for very high load servers (20000 users or more) and seems to work without much trouble.
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