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[S.u.S.E. Linux] CGI to read mails via browser - found one !!
- From: pbleser@xxxxxxxxxxxxx (Pascal Bleser)
- Date: Wed, 13 May 1998 10:46:03 +0200
- Message-id: <01bd7e4b$8f7c0ac0$36320a0a@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
<A HREF="http://www.econ.cbs.dk/vejrum/www-mail.html"><A HREF="http://www.econ.cbs.dk/vejrum/www-mail.html</A">http://www.econ.cbs.dk/vejrum/www-mail.html</A</A>>
<A HREF="ftp://ftp.student.prov-liege.be:/pub/linux/www/mail/www-mail.tar.gz"><A HREF="ftp://ftp.student.prov-liege.be:/pub/linux/www/mail/www-mail.tar.gz</A">ftp://ftp.student.prov-liege.be:/pub/linux/www/mail/www-mail.tar.gz</A</A>>
from my FTP server... (just 14kb !)
Works great !!
I've just installed it on my webserver...
took me 5 min to install...
1) mkdir /usr/local/httpd/cgi-bin/mail
2) extract the archive in there...
3) edit WWW-MAIL.pl to change some options (in the top of the script)
(thanks to Andrew Davis)
I love this game !
/nick SuSE52 on #linux (IRCnet)
root on www.student.prov-liege.be
From: Leon McClatchey <leonmcclatchey@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: suse-linux-e@xxxxxxxx <suse-linux-e@xxxxxxxx>
Date: mercredi 13 mai 1998 01:30
Subject: Re: [S.u.S.E. Linux] CGI to read mails via browser
>Pascal Bleser wrote:
>> Has anyone found a CGI to enable users who have a mailbox on the server
>> read their mails through a web browser ? (some kind of hotmail)
>> (yeah, I know POP3 - it's a firewall problem; the problem being that I
>> control it)
> Not sure if this will work, and nope, no cgi (haven't explored that yet),
>in my little network, I've got it worked out where I user fetchmail to get
>the mail from my IP, then it uses sendmail to distribute the mail locally.
>Then everyone that has a mail account (I'm using a multidrop box on my IP)
>pick up, read & respond to the mail on the other machine. (I've got that
>up to look to my Linux Box as the mail server). Works great!:-) Now I've
>got to get Diald figured out so that I can
> 1: Pick up the mail as an schedule event via Cron.
> 2: So that when someone on the Win95 machine wants to access the
>they can do so without someone having to log in first on the Linux Box.
>got my Linux box set up as a proxy server for the Win95 box to the
>Party on Linux:-)
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